Take a trip to northern Wales and tuck into a special afternoon tea for two at the historic Ruthin Castle. Set within several acres of scenic woods and parklands and steeped in history, Ruthin Castle dates back from Arthurian legend through to the English Civil War, and was once owned by King Henry VIII. You will be served afternoon tea in either the Library Bar or Cornwallis Lounge, featuring a selection of tasty traditional sandwiches, cakes and warm mini scones with preserves and cream. An afternoon tea with a Welsh twist, you will also enjoy bara brith, a traditional rich fruit loaf, alongside your choice of fresh tea or coffee. A beautiful place to take afternoon tea, set among 700 years of fascinating history. Why not complete your enchanting experience with a stroll around the castle's wonderful grounds?
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Upon arrival, you'll receive a warm welcome and be shown to your table in the charming Library Bar or Cornwallis Lounge. Here you can soak up the enchanting atmosphere as you repose with a selection of traditional sandwiches, including cucumber and cream cheese, ham and pickle and smoked salmon. You'll also enjoy Welsh tea bread bara brith, Welsh cakes and warm mini scones with preserves and cream, washed down with your choice of fresh tea or coffee.