Come and explore the hidden gems of St Asaph Cathedral as one of our experienced, welcoming tour guides shows you round the smallest ancient cathedral in Great Britain, then enjoy delicious refreshments in the Translators’ Tearoom.
View the books linked to the translation of the Bible into Welsh for the first time and discover the people and stories that make up the history of the cathedral.
Of particular note are the simple stone pillars with medieval carvings and clerestory windows. The finely carved choir stalls date from 1482.
Top your visit off with tempting homemade cakes, fresh locally roasted coffee or a selection of loose leaf tea from our very own Translators’ Tearoom.
This tour is organised and managed by St Asaph Cathedral.
St Asaph Cathedral is located at the top of the high street of St Asaph, which is just off the A55 between Chester and Conwy in North Wales.
Tea & tours can be booked whenever the cathedral is not in use, at a mutually convenient time.
The tour length and content can be varied according to the audience taking part. We offer tours from half an hour to an hour and a half, covering the basic history or more in depth information.
The refreshments can also be varied, from just drinks to a full afternoon tea or lunch.
Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Facilities & refreshments
Toilets are available at the Cathedral.
Refreshments will be served in the Translators' Tearoom, and could include afternoon tea, light lunches and homemade cake. We use local produce where possible. Please inform us of any dietary requirements.
There is paid car parking (for car or coach) in St Asaph.
This tour will involve walking around the Cathedral. We can walk at a slow pace and there is somewhere to perch or sit at most stops along the way.
This tour is suitable for wheelchair users, we are fully wheelchair accessible. There are steps, but there are ramps or a lift in all locations.