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10am-4pm, every day.
1 Ffynnon Nefydd
Buses to the village are rare and so the village is only really accessible by car/bike.
The church is in the centre of the village and there is a good-sized carpark with facilities to the rear of the churchyard.
The church is wheelchair-accessible via the car park. For events in the church we make sure to reserve places in the car park for blue-badge holders.
The church now has a D.I.Y. cafe with teas, coffees and occasionally cakes! Come and have a cuppa while you enjoy the extraordinary surroundings.
The church has a permanent exhibition on the life of Katheryn of Berain. In the past it has also held temporary exhibitions on the history of the area and people connected with it. Please check the 'News' section for the latest information on temporary exhibitions.
NORTH WALES PILGRIMS' WAY
The church is close to the North Wales Pilgrims' Way, which is a highly picturesque walking route that links up the holiest sites of the region from Holywell to Bardsey Island.
North Wales Pilgrims Way - The British Pilgrimage Trust
The Hawk and Buckle Pub, immediately opposite the church, offers meals and B&B accommodation.
MYNYDD Y GAER
Less than a mile from the church is this Iron-Age fort, served by a public footpath, and from the top of which there are beautiful views of Snowdonia and across to the Clwydian Hills.
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