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This compact city lies on the banks of the River Elwy in Denbighshire, a few miles inland from Wales' rugged north coast. It is surrounded by stunning countryside with far-reaching views across the Vale of Clwyd. Surrounded by rolling countryside with views across the Vale of Clwyd, it occupies a unique position close to some of the region's prettiest coastal towns and beaches. St Asaph Cathedral is perhaps the city's most popular attraction. It dates from the 13th century and is often claimed to be the smallest Anglican cathedral in Britain.

The city centre will be a stroll away from your holiday cottage in St Asaph. In the heart of this bustling community, St Asaph Cathedral dates back to the 13th century and is said to be the UK's smallest ancient cathedral, 182ft long and 68ft wide. The city's narrow streets are home to various family-run businesses, including excellent cafes like Jacob's Ladder. Pop into Tweedmill Farm Shop for the freshest local produce, or head to the Plough for a pint of local ale. Several scenic footpaths pass through the city and into the surrounding countryside. One of the prettiest is undoubtedly the Poacher's Trail, which begins at the bowling green before meandering along the riverbank, with the chance to spot kingfishers and otters.


Richmond Hall is a grand, luxurious rural cottage with a heated swimming pool set among gorgeous grounds in St Asaph, North Wales. Guest amenities include a gym, sauna, games room, all-weather tennis court, luxury décor, traditional charm, a glass summerhouse, and easy access to lovely St Asaph.

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Every year, St Asaph hosts the North Wales International Music Festival, with various live acts at multiple venues throughout the city. Other events to look out for include the Woodfest Wales crafts festival in June and the Gala Day in August. 

Self-catering holidays in St Asaph are perfect for visitors who want to make the most of the dramatic coast of North Wales. Within a few miles of the city, you will find deserted sandy beaches, rocky coves and ancient fishing villages. The classic resorts of Rhyl and Llandudno are a short drive away with graceful promenades and nostalgic seaside amusements. Inland, the countryside is scattered with historic landmarks, such as the castles of Denbigh and Rhuddan. Your holiday cottage in St Asaph is an hour’s drive from Snowdonia National Park, home to the highest mountain in Wales. On the fringes of the park closest to the city lies Gwydir Forest, a beautiful landscape of woodland and lakes. The area has stunning way-marked walks along old miners’ paths, and it is a designated National Forest Park. Manchester is just over 60 miles to the east and can be reached in less than 90 minutes.