Things to see and do - Saint Asaph
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Saint Asaph :
Unmissable tourist site
Saint Asaph Travel guide
Saint Asaph : Michelin's recommendations
After St David's, St Asaph is the smallest town in the country to be the seat of a cathedral. St Kentigern (also known as St Mungo) founded a monastic community on this site in 560.
Tourist attractions Saint Asaph : Things to see and do
The cathedral's current guise dates mainly from the 13C (but underwent extensive restoration in the 19C thanks to Gilbert Scott). It is home to the Bible used during the investiture of the Prince of Wales in 1969, and to the monument erected in honou..
Hotels Saint Asaph
Holywell Road GB - St Asaph LL17 0AW
Situated just 8 minutes’ drive from the city of St. Asaph, the White House boasts free parking on-site, free Wi-Fi access, a bar and a restaurant. Set in the Vale of Clwyd, it is surrounded by picturesque countryside views. The individually designed..
Upper Denbigh Road GB - St Asaph LL17 0LW
Oriel Country Hotel & Spa is a short stroll from the small city St Asaph and its beautiful cathedral. Enjoy award-winning food, the pool, and first-class beauty and spiritual treatments. St Asaph Business Park can be reached in a 15-minute walk, and..