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“A beautiful and magical find on the Great Orme.”
Review of St. Tudno's Church

St. Tudno's Church
Ranked #11 of 99 things to do in Llandudno
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Owner description: An ancient church on the Great Orme, overlooking the sea and surrounded by a historic churchyard. The church is sometimes confused with the 20th chapel in the adjoining Great Orme Cemetery. The church is open every day from 1 April to 31 October and weekends, Wednesdays and bank holidays the rest of the year, weather permitting. Open air services are held on Sundays at 11.00 am from the end of May till the end of September (in the church in bad weather) and monthly services are held in the church over winter. Information leaflets and booklets are available in the church.
Reviewed 21 September 2013

Well worth a visit if you are on the Orme. This beautiful little church looks out to sea and is open to explore. The graveyard is huge with some very majestic gravestones, look out for Beatrice Blore, a really interesting one. The sheep roam freely and it really is a peaceful place to be after the bustle of the town, Apparently open air services are held which must be wonderful given the scenery of the Great Orme and the sea - a lovely find indeed and a beautiful walk to reach it!

Thank Karen M
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Reviewed 18 September 2013

We heard about this little church when we took the organised coach trip around the Great Orme from the pier. Also it can be seen from the top of the Great Orme. We had already taken the tram way to the top of the Orme and could see this little church from there and decided it should be well worth a visit. Indeed it was a worthwhile trip to see it. The door is usually closed but unlocked, and the atmosphere inside most reassuring and restful, there are leaflets available from inside the Church which tells you some of its history. We spent some time outside walking between the headstones reading about the people who had gone before us. We saw the headstone of the only man who had been killed by the Great Orme tram, and you would be surprised how far back some of these headstones are dated. An interesting Church with a fascinating history, where sometimes they have the choir singing outside in the grounds of the Church - all in the leaflet. A place of quiet reflection.

1  Thank thomas s
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Reviewed 8 September 2013

We walked up the orme and then walked to the Church. Beautiful setting over the sea. There are seats in the fabulous church yard where we had our sandwiches. The church is tiny but well cared for. Very interesting and worth a visit

Thank normaharris
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Reviewed 2 September 2013

take a picnic and a flask and just relax or go for a gentle strowll so many differant kinds of walks for everyone walk around the grave yard and find beatrice blore brown who feared nothing but god she drove round the great orme when it was just a dirt track so many interesting gravestones to look at stand on the preaching stone or watch an out door service

Thank 652lesley007
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Reviewed 19 August 2013

A lovely little church perched high up on the Great Orme. It's very quiet and restful inside to just sit and enjoy the stillness. There are some beautiful and unusual gravestones as well in the churchyard I happily spent an hour wandering around looking at them

1  Thank ChrisKH63
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