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St Tysilio's Church

Church Island, Menai Bridge, Wales
+44 1248 717265
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What a fantastic place. So well worth a visit. Beautiful lovely views and so peaceful. Right by the... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2017
Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
via mobile
Lovely place

Recently visited with a friend from South America, she said that it was one of the most peaceful... read more

Reviewed 9 May 2017
maria k
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“war memorial” (12 reviews)
“lovely walk” (11 reviews)
Church Island, Menai Bridge, Wales
+44 1248 717265
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Reviewed 17 May 2017 via mobile

What a fantastic place. So well worth a visit. Beautiful lovely views and so peaceful. Right by the waters edge. Really recommend very much.

Thank Helenrh2014
Reviewed 9 May 2017

Recently visited with a friend from South America, she said that it was one of the most peaceful and beautiful place she has visited. Could not believe how old some off the grave stones were. Have also visited with other friends and children, always the...More

Thank maria k
Reviewed 26 April 2017

A pretty little church and graveyard. Set apart from the faster pace of the world. A haven of peace and calm, a place to unwind a little. The views from the island are spectacuar, Menai Bridge, Britannia Bridge and the swirling waters of the Menai...More

Thank EmzCH-82
Reviewed 18 April 2017

The graveyard was covered in an array of wild flowers, very impressive. The little church was peacful and very charecteristic.

Thank Sian O
Reviewed 10 April 2017

Discovered this little gem on an afternoon stroll below the Menai Bridge, very unusual open church, or ore the size of a small chapel, but lovingly cared for and very peaceful, wet in a busy churchyard on a rock promontory in to the straights, well...More

Thank Peter L
Reviewed 27 March 2017

A most tranquil and serene environment. Makes you feel at peace with the world. Dramatic background.

Thank Mike F
Reviewed 31 December 2016

Went to St Tysilio's Church, and wasn't disappointed, great place to vist with a war memorial at the highest point, lovely walk to get to and fantastic views of both bridges over the Menai straits. its free to visit, so great if your on a...More

Thank Steve L
Reviewed 2 November 2016

This is a perfect spot for a small wedding. The tranquility of the setting and history provide a meaningful backdrop for a memorable wedding service. We were fortunate to observe a marriage here and it was truly amazing.

Thank DaisyRose21
Reviewed 18 October 2016

We were advised that this would make an interesting visit, and so it proved. As the tide was out we got quite a seaweed smell which made it feel very much the seaside. The church is tiny, and we met a lady who was due...More

Thank margaretmk2014
Reviewed 3 October 2016

We stumbled across this lovely church following a walk under the suspension bridge.Picturesque with lovely views, and one of the "friends of the church" gave us an really interesting insight into it's background.

Thank toby187
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24 August 2017|
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Response from Rachel T | Reviewed this property |
Hi, assuming you mean inside the church it is quite small. I would estimate twenty ish.
Phyl B
31 October 2016|
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Response from Richard D | Reviewed this property |
The yew tree is almost certainly over 1000 years old but that is not uncommon in Churchyards. Yews were planted in circular groves by the Druids around their Sacred Places and early Christians built Churches on these sites... More