St Cewydd's church, Disserth is a single chamber church with a bold west tower, the earliest feature is the (probably) 14th century south doorway with large jamb-stones and two-centred head. The arch-braced roof could also be 14th century. The earliest window is the 16th century south chancel window. There is a three-decker pulpit and flagstone floor. Some pews are patterned with Jacobean-style diamonds and circles, and have the name, and sometimes housename, of the owner. The oldest is dated 1666. A number of wallpaintings were discovered in 1954.

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

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Camperfanatic Martin (3 years ago)
Nice rural church with a lot of history. If you like viewing ancient churchyards, then this is well worth a visit. Ten minutes outside Llandrindod Town, off the Builth Road.
Mark Schulze (4 years ago)
The position of this church is just stunning, located in a hollow and close to a river. I have seen a number of churches, incl. St. Peter's in Rome but this has a beauty of its own.
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