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I walked along the river through Bute Park to visit this cathedral (it took 40 mins each way) and I’m so glad I did. It’s a really interesting building with lots of breathtaking features. The surrounding area is lovely too, the Old Bishops Palace is...More
We visited this cathedral while we stayed in Cardiff. Iťs a beautiful place, so peaceful and queit. The cathedral is really huge on the inside and you can walk through it for free. Take a walk around Llandaff and enjoy the old houses.
The Cathedral is a lovely building. A lot of interesting details inside and out. The location is perfect and I would recommed walking around the area as well. It is somewhat far away from the city center, but you can walk along the river Taff...More
12th century church walking distance from Cardiff centre, set in the lovely village of Llandaff, now part of greater Cardiff. Must see for Jacob Epstein's Christ in Majesty sculpture, which truly appears to float above the nave.
I went with my photography club to visit the cathedral only to discover that we could not go inside. The Prince of Wales was there for a service to commemorate the NHS. We wandered along the river to Llandaf rowing club instead
I've been living in cardiff my whole life and I only just this year visited the only cathedral in cardiff. After I seen the cathedral I thought I've been missing out for years as this place is just beautiful. Its in a great location the...More
If you happened to be in the north-west part of Cardiff, Llandaff cathedral and Insole court are two nice pkaces to be visited. If you like to walk, it is about 1 hour walk from the city center along river Taff.
Outside the city centre , it is definitely worth a visit. We walked through the park to Llandaff and found the cathedral in a lovely setting, very quiet and peaceful. The cathedral is rather small but very attractive.
Have visited Llandaff many times, I love the history and serenity of churches. So many sections to this building to keep anyone busy, but my favourite corner is where King Arthur is in the stained-glass window carrying a cross to Mons Badonis (Baedon Hill), which...More