Bodrhyddan is a Grade I listed house situated at the northern end of the Vale of Clwyd.
Much of the house is seventeenth century but major additions and alterations were carried out in 1875, the architect was William Eden Nesfield.
The house contains an interesting collection of arms and armour, paintings, furniture and ceramics.
There are extensive gardens in which to wander, and enjoy lawns, topiary, a Victorian parterre and the recently restored Pleasance with its summer house and ponds. Opening times from June-September, on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 2-4.30 PM.