This room is named Llywelyn in tribute to the last native born Prince of Wales, Llywelyn Ap Gruffydd
This room is dedicated to Saint Dwynwen, the patron Saint of lovers in Wales. St Dwynwen's day is celebrated on January 25th each year.
This room which is our biggest and best is named in memory of Prince Owain Glyndwr, one of the most famous figures in Welsh history, who had close links with Ruthin.
John and Helen have lived in the area for over 25 years and will be looking forward to helping their guests take full advantage of the enviable position Sarum House Bed and Breakfast provides!
Helen is a keen cyclist (John is not so keen!) When Helen does get some spare time she is usually found in the garden. John has recently retired and does everything else! (or so he likes to think!) They have four children, three of whom have now flown the nest and are in several different parts of the globe.
John and Helen welcome couples, singles and children but alas no pets.
"We aim to make our guests' stay a truly enjoyable and memorable one!"
Sarum House B&B
2, Record St,
Sarum House Bed and Breakfast is a Four Star, 17th century grade II listed Georgian town house in the centre of the historic market town of Ruthin. It has private parking and is a two minute walk from local pubs and restaurants.
After a restful night’s sleep in one of our individually styled bedrooms, make your way down to our Georgian dining room and enjoy a locally sourced traditional Welsh Breakfast whilst looking out onto the garden and the beautiful views of the Clwydian Hillls beyond.
As we have lived in the area for many years you are welcome to make use of our local knowledge in planning outings to local venues in and around North Wales. We shall only be too pleased to help you get the most out of your stay with us. We will be equally happy to advise on places to eat and drink and will happily make bookings for you.
We hope all our guests, past and yet to visit are well in these strange times. Like most B&B establishments we are currently closed in line with government advice. We hope that we can re-open in September though this is entirely down to conditions at the time. We would like to assure guests that every effort will be made to ensure that their stay with us will be as safe as we can possibly make it. In an effort to keep contact to a minimum breakfasts will be staggered to ensure only one family group is in the breakfast room at any time. Allrooms are of course ensuite and have entrance doors at least 3 metres from each other. Hand santizer will of course be available. We look forward to welcoming everyone back to Sarum House B&B as soon is it safe do do so. In the meantime, please keep safe & healthy.