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The tiny city of ST ASAPH (Llanelwy) is centred on Britain's smallest cathedral (Mon– Sat 9am–6.30pm, Sun 7.30am–4.30pm; free), no bigger than many village churches. It was founded around 570 by St Kentigern, the patron saint of Glasgow, and takes its name from the succeeding bishop, St Asaph. Both are commemorated in the easternmost window in the north aisle. From 1601 until his death in 1604, the bishopric was held by William Morgan, who was responsible for the translation of the first Welsh-language Bible in 1588. This version replaced the English ones used up until that time and …
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Plas Elwy Hotel

Small, friendly, family-run hotel dating back to 1850; modern facilities & comfort, yet retaining historic character & atmosphere.