Sunday we went to Asaph. The highlight of which for me was the 13th century Asaph Cathedral. Certainly not the biggest cathedral I’ve ever seen. In fact it’s the smallest ancient cathedral in Great Britain but it’s definitely the cosiest one I’ve ever been in! It was a pleasure to look around, really welcoming and warm inside. Glorious architecture. I think the building itself would be enough to give you Religion, if you didn’t already have it that is.Some wonderful memorials to read and marvel at.
I loved Asaph Cathedral and I like to think I’ll be going back again on a future visit to my wonderful in-laws. Here’s Brenda in the graveyard of a church we came across on the walk to the cathedral. Our other halves wouldn’t look at this church with us because it wasn’t part of the plan for that day. Talk about grumpy old men! We enjoyed it though, we both love reading gravestones. Some of the inscriptions were so sad. Talk about weird old women!
It was our first visit to Bodelwyddan staying with Brenda and Arthur in their lovely new home. They took us on a tour of their new territory and we bookmarked quite a few places to visit next time, hopefully when spring has sprung. We had a smashing time, just like we always do with Bren and Arch!