It would be very easy to miss out on this pretty, historic and well maintained attraction. My wife and I happened upon it by accident when wandering across Betws-y-Coed train station to take a look in the Conway Valley Railway Museum and Shop. On exiting that we just wondered what lay beyond on the adjacent lane and were greeted with a teasing glimpse of one corner of St Michael's Church.
Built in the 14th century, St Michael's is thought to be the oldest surviving building in Betws-y-Coed. It is a bonus that it should be such a beautiful one. Inside the church, the atmosphere is very peaceful and the architecture very easy on the eye. It is a perfect place to sit, be quiet and perhaps ponder some aspects of life which our hectic everyday routine does not normally permit.
Summary: Highly recommended.
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