Bodelwyddan is a village in North Wales, 2 miles from St. Asaph.
A very well known landmark is the 19th century Marble Church. Shining white, it is actually made of the local limestone, but there is marble inside, in the aisle and the font.
Bodelwyddan Castle has a well restored Victorian interior, and is a country arm of the National Portrait Gallery.
Beside the castle is a hotel for adults only.
Local legend insists that it was near Bodelwyddan that St. George slew the dragon.