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Found out about this church via history of Anglesey, then people on #AngleseySocialMediaGroup... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
newworldoutthere
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Stockport, United Kingdom
Peaceful historic church in a glorious setting, overlooking the sea

Llanbadrig St.Patrick's is a delightful church, well worth a detour to visit. An oasis of calm & a... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Nina C
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Hampshire, United Kingdom
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Near the Coastal Path, Cemaes Bay, Wales
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Found out about this church via history of Anglesey, then people on #AngleseySocialMediaGroup helped us to find out who to message about opening times. The Bro Padrig F/B people responded immediately to say it was open till 4pm today 12/9/18. We walked the coastal footpath...More

Thank newworldoutthere
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Llanbadrig St.Patrick's is a delightful church, well worth a detour to visit. An oasis of calm & a great place to stop off if you're doing the coastal walk from Cemaes Bay. The beautiful blue tiles enhance the simple interior & lots of fascinating historical...More

Thank Nina C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

While on holiday my family and I had read a lot about this church and knew we would have to visit. We walked to it from Cemaes Bay, there is about 3 different routes from Cemaes that we knew of and we walked up the...More

Thank Goody2Shoes2014
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Love it here, have been visiting since I was a young child and still come back. Amazing location, lovely walk from Cemaes bay up to the church too.

Thank agluc97
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We found this by accident when trying to find a fishing mark. The church is nice and the view from the back of the graveyard is amazing . The fishing mark is obviously rocky and best fished carefuly on an incoming tide

Thank Chris M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We spent the week in the area and made sure that we visited this fantastic little church and enjoyed reading the association with the then Bishop Patrick, who later became Ireland’s patron saint. Well worth taking the time to visit and whilst there is no...More

Thank John W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A must see for people who come near Cemaes, situated on the end of the headland, walkable to from the beach car parks in Cemaes, it has its own small car park too.

Thank James l
Reviewed 18 August 2018

A fascinating Church on a peninsula jutting out into the Irish Sea, the site where saint Patrick was shipwrecked discovering shelter and water in the form of a well. One of the oldest churches on Anglesey and one of the strangest and, according to the...More

Thank Philip C
Reviewed 8 August 2018 via mobile

lovely little church along the Anglesey costal path that I visit often, lots of history and beatiful views, the area around the church is great to explore too.

Thank whitemere
Reviewed 5 August 2018 via mobile

This is an ancient church and churchyard, built, so legend has it, by St Patrick to thank God for being saved from the shipwreck. Although the church was locked it was beautiful and I loved looking at the old gravestones which told their own story....More

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newworldoutthere
11 September 2018|
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Response from Brentwood-person | Reviewed this property |
I visited this summer, the church itself was locked and the lady I was staying with thought it was open from time to time but not regularly. Obviously you can see the outside and the graveyard
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joy H
13 June 2018|
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Response from Mark C | Reviewed this property |
If you use the coast path alongside the church it's not too far. You drop down onto it making a great view.
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Olive P
6 November 2016|
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Response from Andrew W | Reviewed this property |
Yes, it is a narrow lane but no worse than many found in rural Wales or Cornwall. Actually, it brings back the pleasure of driving
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