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St. David's is a gem of a cathedral partly because of the building itself and partly because of it's unique location. There is no entry charge and the cathedral relies on your donations for maintenace and repairs. If you don't want it to fall down then make sure that you make a reasonable donation.

St. David being the patron saint of wales makes this medieval cathedral a special place. It is an extraordinary collection of fine things as the woodcarvers art seen in the nave roof and the quire stalls will testify.

There is a refectory which serves a variety of refreshments and, unusually, is open for meals in the evenings.

They also have their own web site at St. David's Cathedral