St Michael's Church dates from the 14th and 15th centuries with restoration work being undertaken in 1874, when a bellcote was added, and again in 1926.

The church has a double nave and twin parallel roofs. The south nave may be the oldest part of the church and dates to the fifteenth century. The interior of the church has original plaster-panelled roofs with moulded timber ribs throughout the building.



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Founded: 14th century
Category: Religious sites in United Kingdom

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David bw Rees (11 months ago)
Beutifull spiritual place ????????
Paul Pritchard (2 years ago)
I started as curate in Llandovery and Myddfai. St Michael's is an amazing church, the congregation are really friendly and have made us feel very welcome in Myddfai. There is a special atmosphere at the church.
Tracey Jones (4 years ago)
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