St. Beuno (pronunciation, we're reliably informed, is St. Bayno) is a beautiful little church just at the other end of the Wern drive. It has been looked after by the Friends of Friendless Churches since 1999.
Set in a sea of slate headstones and tomb chests and approached through a massive stone lychgate, St Beuno's simple exterior conceals a more elaborate interior with medieval stained glass, monuments and nineteenth century fittings associated with the William-Ellis family. The root screen and the particularly fine carved wooden lectern with an almost life-size angel were made by Mrs Constance Greaves of Wern Manor and aunt to Clough Williams-Ellis.
The church can be visited (key is available from Mark and Saxa at Tyn Llan
Click here to see St Beuno's Church