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St Illtud's Church one of the most important parish churches in the province which is hailed as a 'Beacon Church' in the Diocese. The community of Llanilltud Fawr is centred around the religious community which was founded by Illtud, a Celtic...more
What an amazing place, St Illtyds church is. They call it the Westminster of Wales, I can see why. They restored one part of the church, which houses some really old Celtic stones. The church has unbelievable history, which the guides will tell you about.
It's one of the most famous churches in Wales, there is history everywhere. One of the places to visit In Wales. It's in Llantwit major town center with parking all around. It's beautiful inside and they give you tours. Big must to visit.
This church is well worth a visit as long as you can navigate the treacherous roads. The church has a rich and long history and is well preserved. The main part of the church is traditional in style with the usual impressive features, it has...More
A beautiful historical church with poignant ecclesiastical and historical atmosphere. The church is wonderful with ancient wall paintings, there is a created area containing ancient Celtic stones and associated history. This house of God in the Vale is well worth a visit.
St. Illtud's was one of our favorite churches in Wales. It is a beautiful church & churchyard with incredible history. The recent addition of the Galilee Chapel showcases the Celtic stones perfectly. We had read on St. Illtud's website that during morning and afternoon hours...More
This church which has ancient monastic roots is well worth a visit.
The building has been enhanced by a sympathetic modern extension. There are often local helpers present who are able to enhance a visit with information on the history of the building.
I come here fairly often. The Galilee Chapel, which was renovated with help from lottery funding, is a beautiful peaceful space which makes you feel good even if you don't believe in anything. And you can always look at the Celtic stones which are displayed...More