Nant Clwyd House

Nant Clwyd House is a Grade I listed building in Castle Street, in the centre of the ancient market town of Ruthin, North Wales. The house has early 15th century origins and the earliest part of the building comprises the substantial remains of a medieval three unit timber-framed hall house. Denbighshire County Council, commissioned the practice as Lead Consultants to undertake phase one of the repair and conservation of the building’s fabric. Work has included repairs to the timber frame of the building. The scheme also includes the provision of accessible toilets and other facilities. The building is now open as a museum and visitor attraction.

Denbighshire County Council


  • RICS Wales Regional Building Conservation Award 2008
  • Green Apple Award (National Gold Winner, Wales)