St Asaph Certificated Locations

The city of St Asaph in Wales may be small, but it has been an important religious site for many centuries. It was founded by Kentigern in 560AD, who left his disciple Asaph in charge when he was called back to Scotland.

Among the sights worth visiting is the cathedral, which is the smallest in Britain, and has had a dramatic past. Having twice been raised to the ground by fire, the existing structure is mainly 14th century, although it has some Victorian additions.

From St Asaph, the North Wales coast, mountains and moorland are all accessible, especially for those keen to enjoy outdoor pursuits.