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Interesting history

Quite a remarkable building that has certainly stood the test of time -shows how well things got... read more

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Scrappywalker
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Cardiff, United Kingdom
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Small but beautifully formed.

OK, not the biggest cathedral in the UK, but it was interesting and provided a good 30 to 40... read more

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John_Lickman
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Harlow, United Kingdom
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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The Pebbles, St Davids SA62 6RD, Wales
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+44 1437 720202
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Quite a remarkable building that has certainly stood the test of time -shows how well things got built back in the day. Whilst there is no charge to go in a £3-00 donation per person is suggested. Should you wish to take photos inside the...More

Thank Scrappywalker
Reviewed yesterday

OK, not the biggest cathedral in the UK, but it was interesting and provided a good 30 to 40 minutes tour. The café is also very good too!

Thank John_Lickman
Reviewed 2 days ago

The approach to the cathedral is down the Main Street which has narrow pavements, busy traffic and lunatic cyclists. Once these hazards have been negotiated, there is a lane which leads to the cathedral through a beautiful mediaeval gatehouse. Once through the gatehouse, the cathedral...More

Thank Lawrence S
Reviewed 2 days ago

An absolute must if you are interested in history &/or architecture.The cathedral is located at the bottom of a large number of steps, or via a steep road. It is a beautiful example of Norman architecture and filled with plaques and tombs of a vast...More

Thank Cath M
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The Cathedral is free and full of character The Bishops Palace has a admission fee but as a ruin, has loads to explore with no end of windey spiral staircases and towers. I loved it and so did the kids.

Thank Dave A
Reviewed 3 days ago

A must see in St Davids, wonderful to look at even if you never step inside. The interior is quietly fascinating, and a very restful place to spend an hour.

Thank MagicHands2014
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Visited St Davids and while there walked down to the Cathedral, quite a lot of steps but a spectacular entrance to this fine building. Walked around for some time taking in the amazing architecture, it truelly is an achievement how they could produce a building...More

Thank HAYDN J
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Fri. The car park the first glimpse of the cathedral is simply stunning. Be prepared to climb hills / steps but it's well worth it.

Thank Sarahfids
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Lovely to wander around and to sit inside and out. Beautiful building. Fascinating to know it was built in the valley to hide it from the Vikings.

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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Free to enter but please make a donation for the upkeep of the building. More information on the history would be good but well worth the visit.

Thank John P
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Maisie P
23 September 2015|
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Only guide dogs are allowed into the Cathedral. Diolch.
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