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Historic building.

St Mary's church in Trefriw dates from around 1230 and is steeped in history having been built by... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Stephen L S
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Neston, United Kingdom
Beautiful, Historic Church!

This ancient (founded c1230, altered later) Church is small but peaceful, tranquil, full of... read more

Reviewed August 9, 2018
Paul S
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Corwen, United Kingdom
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2 days ago
“Historic building.”
9 Aug 2018
“Beautiful, Historic Church!”
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Main Road, Trefriw, Snowdonia National Park LL27 0JH, Wales
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Reviewed 2 days ago

St Mary's church in Trefriw dates from around 1230 and is steeped in history having been built by Llewelyn Fawr (Prince of Wales) to avoid the long walk to and from the church at Llanrhychwyn (2km away). The pulpit is dated at around 1633 the...More

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Reviewed August 9, 2018

This ancient (founded c1230, altered later) Church is small but peaceful, tranquil, full of atmosphere and rich with history. Situated in the middle of Trefriw, it still functions as a church too, with (Anglican) Sunday services. Inside, there is an extensive history, in English, on...More

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Reviewed October 4, 2016

This church has a lot of Welsh history and is worth visiting, It is easy to find in the middle of the village and the story of the church is in English

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Reviewed September 8, 2016

spent a lovely quiet hour having a walk around the grave yard first looking at the old graves didn't get much info as all the graves wer wrote in welsh inside the chapel was amazeing as its from the 1500,s it was well kept

Thank maggieomx
Reviewed August 13, 2015

This is a quint little church, it is a church of Wales and defiantly worth a visit, it is open most of the day but due to just a few people attending their is. It a Sunday service every week. It tells a lovely story...More

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