Llangasty Tal-y-llyn – St Gastyn
About this Churchyard
St Gastyn churchyard is a beautiful site and sits right by Llangors Lake. The burial ground has been managed as a summer meadow and during the summer months it contains beautiful wildflowers such as Common Spotted-orchid, Bird’s-foot-trefoil, Fox-and-cubs, Common Sorrel, Germander Speedwell, Herb-Robert and Buttercups.
- Wildflower areas
- Good accessibility
- Peaceful space for quiet reflection
- Wildlife Haven
- Lovely Lychgate
- Memorials with famous or infamous connections
- Stones with stories
- Fascinating monuments
- Birders paradise
- Lichen haven
St Gastyn Church
The burial ground is accessible at all times.
Vanessa Newton [email protected]
There is level access to the burial ground with tarmac paths leading through to the building.
Seating and Interpretation
There are benches around the churchyard and interpretation in the burial ground.
There are no toilets in the church, the nearest are at Llangorse campsite, a 13 minute drive away.
Parking & Transport
There are a few parking spaces by the churchyard
The church is not accessible by public transport
The closest café is Talybont stores, a 12 minute drive from the church and Castle Inn pub a 10 minute drive.