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St Asaph is a city and community on the River Elwy in Denbighshire. The city is surrounded by countryside and views of the Vale of Clwyd.
It is situated close to a number of busy coastal towns such as Rhyl, Prestatyn, Abergele, Colwyn Bay and Llandudno. The historic castles of Denbigh and Rhuddlan are also nearby.

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St Asaph Cathedral

St Asaph Cathedral The cathedral dates back 1,400 years, while the current building dates from the 13th century. It is sometimes claimed to be the smallest Anglican cathedral in Great Britain. The earliest parts of the present building date from the 13th century when a new building was begun on the site after the original stone cathedral was burnt by King Edward I in 1282. The present building was largely built in the reign of Henry Tudor and greatly restored in the 19th century.

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Plough St Asaph

Plough St Asaph Rustic, stone-walled pub with wood beams, a modern restaurant with padded booths and a cocktail bar. Homemade specials daily, speciality Roast on a Sunday, good honest homemade food, with a choice of eating in the Restaurant, Lounge Area or Cosy Bar. Once a vaulted ceiling ballroom, the restaurant has the feel of a modern city eatery with the warmth and atmosphere of a country pub.

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Rhuallt Country Park

Rhuallt Country Park  is set to become the must-stay site for discerning caravanners. Rhuallt is in a peaceful and beautiful location in the heart of North Wales. The Country Park is close to the Offa’s Dyke Footpath, the North Wales Coast and all the undiscovered gems of the Clwydian Range Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Snowdonia and Anglesey are a mere 40 minutes drive away. The park has been designed for lovers of the countryside who desire quiet surroundings and expect superior pitches and facilities.

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Tweedmill Shopping Outlet

Tweedmill Shopping Outlet
Retailer of branded clothes for women, men and children, footwear, homeware, perfume and gifts. Garden Centre with a wide range of plants, trees and flowers along with garden sheds, children’s play houses. cook shop offers an excellent selection of cookware, kitchen utensils and oven to tableware. The cook shop offers an excellent selection of cookware, kitchen utensils and oven to tableware.

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Rhuddlan Castle

Rhuddlan Castle was erected by Edward I in 1277 following the First Welsh War. Within the inner ward there was a great hall, kitchens, private apartments and a chapel. The outer bailey had a granary, stables and a smithy. Rhuddlan was planned as a concentric castle. It has a unique 'diamond' in layout as the gatehouses are positioned at the corners of the square baileys instead of along the sides like at Flint, Harlech or Beaumaris.