Bodelwyddan Castle is a fifteenth century castle in Denbighshire,
Wales, originally built as manor house around 1460. The castle that
stands today was reconstructed between 1830 and 1852.
The castle is set in a large area of parkland, and formal gardens.
It is a partner of the National Portrait Gallery and possesses a
fine range of portraits. Both house and gardens are open to the
public. The castle offers tours and a range of educational services,
along with other facilities for children. Rooms are available for
private hire, and the castle is licenced for civil marriages. Bodelwyddan
also hosts a wide range of events, including paranormal investigations.
The castle grounds feature trenches built for troops to practice
in during the First World War. Bodelwyddan Castle is a Grade II*