The Rhug Estate in Denbighshire and Glynllifon in Gwynedd, both owned by Lord Newborough, are set within the strikingly beautiful countryside of North Wales - perfectly situated on the A5 between Betws-y-Coed and Llangollen.

Lord Newborough with Aberdeen Angus Herd outside Rhug Hall

The Rhug Estate covers 12,500 acres extending from Gwyddelwern in the north, Carrog to the east, Cynwyd to the south and Maerdy to the west and is home to one of the most popular farms in Wales. The 6,700 acre in hand organic farm is the geographical core of the estate along with Rhug Mansion the main residence. The remainder of the estate has about 170 tenancies including: let farms, in hand and let forestry, let cottages, commercial premises and storage, traditional sporting including shooting and fishing, modern sports such as rally car driving, gorge walking, mountain biking, canoeing and public events.

The aim of the estate is to continue to improve its broad property portfolio by ongoing reinvestment into the estate allowing it to grow its asset value.

Camping Overnight?
Rhug are also members of the Brit Stop community and we welcome Brit Stop members to camp over night at any time.
If you're stopping over - remember to let us know beforehand and we can issue you a 20% voucher for your breakfast.
Breakfast served from 08:30am - 11:30am (offer is not included on 'The Early Bird' breakfast) 
Please visit the Brit Stop website on or call 01490 411100 for more information.

We look forward to giving you a warm Welsh welcome!