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Only a tiny Cathedral not much bigger than an average Anglican Church but well worth a visit. So peaceful.
No guidebooks available which is a shame but the exhibits are well presented inc the first Bible in Welsh and the story behind it. You can...More
You don't have to be religious to go here. The Cathedral is open to everyone. Fantastic place with information. Its a 13th century Cathedral and is reputed to be the smallest in Great Britain.
A must visit for anyone remotely interested in history.
As a local I know the cathedral well, and it is well worth a visit to view the magnificent architecture and to learn about its fascinating history. The purpose of my recent visit was to check out the new cafe. I was not disappointed. Excellent...More
St Asaph Cathedral is amazing so beautiful and well maintained, so we'll worth a visit also has a coffee shop.
In the grounds is the translator's memorial was erected n the North side in 1892 commemorating the tercentenary of Bishop William Morgan's Bible of 1588.
Steeped in history, a brilliant little cafe for refreshments . Unfortunately St Asaph itself appears to be closed, nearly all shop,pubs are shut although there is a lovely pottery and gallery to go and see, as you walk down from the Cathedral it's like ghost...More
We had a very interesting visit to St Asaphs and found the people so lovely. At the cathedral we were stood looking through the internal glass door as we had our dog with us. A gentleman came and opened the door and said our dog...More
I visited the tearoom and enjoyed coffee and a fresh scone - then went to use the loo. Its unisex and not that close to the cafe so not great for letting kids go on their own. Big concern they haven't provided a sanitary bin...More
The smallest (or next to smallest) cathedral in the UK, dating back to the 12th century, with a fascinating history that can be followed through the excellent set of information boards throughout the cathedral.
The third building on this site, and the first to built...More