Tan-yr-Onnen Guest House near St Asaph

Tan-yr-Onnen offers quality comfortable non-smoking bed and breakfast accommodation. All rooms have been recently refurbished to a high standard. There are six bedrooms. Four are ground floor king-size rooms with ensuite superior bathrooms. These rooms enjoy the...

Llannerch Holiday Park

Llannerch Holiday Park is a first class, family run, holiday park situated in Llannerch Park, a 17th century country estate, near St.Asaph, North Wales. It offers the perfect location to explore North Wales from its idyllic mountains and moorlands, perfect for...

St Asaph Cathedral

Chronology and Important Dates for the Cathedral 1601 – Bishop William Morgan translator of the Bible into Welsh (1588) 1643-60 – Commonwealth desecration.       AD 560 – St Kentigern arrives in exile. 573 – St Asaph succeeds Kentigern, 596...

The Cathedral Organ

The Cathedral has a rich musical tradition. Piers Roberts recorded that in 1635 ‘ye greate and newe organ in ye Cathedral Churche was sett up’. From 1675-86 it was cared for by the famous organ builder ‘Farther Smith’. This instrument was sold...

The Nave

The beauty of the nave is created by the use of its space. This was noticed by Dr Johnson, almost reflecting his own person, it ‘… has something of dignity and grandeur’. Hubbard’s reaction was ‘… it is a strong and grave Welsh...

The Transepts

The Transepts The transepts were the final stages of the major fourteenth century rebuilding. Dafydd ap Bleddyn was bishop (1314-46) and, in 1336, appropriated the parish of Nantglyn to the Cathedral for the better maintenance of ten vicars and for the celebration of...