This timber-framed house probably dates from the late sixteenth century, with nineteenth century part brick and stucco elevations. The island block, to which the building belongs, is shown in John Speed's depiction of Denbigh for the county map of 1610, and represents an early encroachment into the market place.
The ground floor will be open as usual (as the travel agents) where information can be provided about the building, and a stairwell leads to the first floor where the roof timbers may be viewed.
See www.visitdenbigh.co.uk for further details.
Address - No.2 Crown Square, Denbigh, LL16 3AA (Travelsport).
Nearest bus stops: 50m on the High Street. Bus services 51, 52 to Denbigh.