The "village" of Llandaff lies about a mile and a half to the Northwest of the centre of Cardiff. There you will find the Cathedral Church of Ss Peter and Paul, Dyfrig, Teilo and Euddogwy.
In addition to being a Cathedral, it is also the Parish Church. The Cathedral has its own Website
On the ringing front, the former, 21 cwt. ring of 10 bells were taken out of the Jasper Tower during 1992, and, with added metal, recast into the present 24.5 cwt. ring of 12 (plus 6 flat).There is currently no "open" ringing at Llandaff Cathedral due to the CoVid-19 situation. There are no weekly practices, and no ringing for Sunday Services. We cannot accommodate visitors or visiting bands for the time being.
There are, however, Sunday Services in the Cathedral and we will be "chiming" rather than ringing for at least one of these Services whenever possible.
The tower is not open for access except in consultation with the Tower Captain. This is to help ensure the safety of our chimers and Cathedral staff.
Directions to Llandaff CathedralFrom City Centre
At Cardiff Castle, drive West and cross River Taff; turn right into Cathedral Road (A4119) and follow signs to Llandaff.From M4 (East of Cardiff)
Leave M4 at Junction 29 on A48(M), then after 3 miles the A48 (Eastern Avenue). Remain on A48 and, after passing Gabalfa Interchange, the Cathedral will be visible ahead. After 1 mile take left exit and follow signs for A4119 and Llandaff Cathedral.From M4 (West of Cardiff)
Leave M4 at Junction 32 on A470 South. Remain on A470 until Gabalfa Interchange. Turn right on to A48 (Western Avenue) and after 1 mile take left exit and follow signs for A4119 and Llandaff Cathedral.
Car Parking in the area of the Cathedral is free and unrestricted.
Further detailed travel information available from Traveline Cymru