Denbigh is a market town in Denbighshire, North Wales, United Kingdom. Before 1888, it was county town of Denbighshire. Denbigh lies 8 miles to the north west of Ruthin and to the south of St Asaph. It is about 13 miles (20 km) from the Irish Sea port of Rhyl. The town grew around the glove-making industry. Its population at the 2001 Census was 8,783.
The first Borough Charter was granted to Denbigh in 1290, when the town was still contained within the old town walls. During the Wars of the Roses, the town was largely destroyed, subsequently moving from the hilltop to the area of the present town market. In 1643, Denbigh became a refuge for a Royalist garrison during the English Civil War. Surrendering in 1646, the castle and town walls eventually fell into ruin.
If you are looking for a countryside retreat where you can relax and enjoy some of the best scenery Wales can offer then look no further. Situated in the hills above Denbigh, Caer Mynydd is close to the peaceful Denbigh Moors and the breathtaking Llyn Brenig.
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