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The Myddelton Arms - The Eyes of Ruthin

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The Myddelton Arms - The Eyes of Ruthin
Denbighshire - Ruthin, Clwyd, Wales
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The Myddelton Arms stands on one side of the market square in the beautiful and historic market town of Ruthin, Denbighshire, Wales. The mid-16th century inn has three tiers of gabled windows which are known locally as 'The Eyes of Ruthin' (it helps if you have some imagination!)

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