Denbigh is a picturesque Market town and one of the most historic towns in North Wales. Dinbych in Welsh means "little fortress" and the remain of the historic
Denbigh Castle dominate the skyline of the town.Throughout its history, Denbigh has been important as an agricultural market town,being ideally situated between the Hiraethog moors and the fertile Vale.
Denbigh remains steeped in history as a walk around town will reveal.
Denbigh Town Hall can be found at the top of town in the pedestrianised Castle square which is in the heart of the main shopping area with a very good selection of eating places and Pubs close by! The Town Hall is a beautiful historic building and the Fair can be found on the ground floor. Just a short drive away you can take in Snowdonia or visit the Coast.
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Denbigh Town Hall can be found at the the top of the hill just off the High Street in Crown Lane. There is a pedestianised area in front of the imposing Market Hall.
From Mold take the A541 , Ruthin the A525 and the A543 for visitors from the Pentrefoelas/Betws-y-Coed direction. It can also be accessed from the A55 leaving at Junction 27 and joining the A525 to Denbigh. There are several well signposted short and long stay car parks in the Town. Morrisons supermarket is also situated close by offering limited stay Free parking.