Nevertheless we set off this morning to take another look around Guildford, and walked to the Cathedral, quite a trek and uphill as it is set up high overlooking the town.
It is a modern brick built building, completed in 1961, though started in the 30's, with not much ornamentation outside or in.
It was very light inside, with wide nave designed so that from every seat you can see the high altar. I didn't really like it, though it is representative of the period.
Then dodging puddles and spray from passing traffic we came back down into the town and up the other side to the castle.
The remains of the keep on the hill has an exhibition inside and pretty gardens all around. With a good view across the city to the Cathedral,
although rather dull in the rain today. After a quick visit to the Guildford Museum we made our way back to Tacet where we lit the fire and settled down with our books for the afternoon.