Llanstephan: St Stephen’s
About This Churchyard
Located near the crest of the hill, with extensive views SE over the Wye Valley, this beautiful churchyard is quite a treasure. The ovoid churchyard is 0.5 hectares, well managed and has two notable and four veteran yews. The grassland is quite species rich and, along with the more common ox-eye daisies, buttercups and yarrow, it has some less common species such as pignut, crosswort and betony. The church appears to date from the 13th or 14th century, with a two-and-half stage tower.
- Wildflower areas
- Wildlife haven
- Great for fungi
- Birders paradise
- Lichen haven
- Peaceful space for quiet reflection
- Lovely lychgate
- Good accessibility
Dog friendly (please keep on a lead)
There is level access from a small parking area to the burial ground and church entrance.
Parking available for around 3 cars
St Stephen’s Church,
There is level access from a small parking area to the burial ground and church entrance. It has tarmac. The churchyard itself is on a slope with grass paths through it.
There are benches on site with back and arm rest.
Baby changing facilities are available at The River Cafe in Glasbury where there are also toilets.
Parking and transport
There is space for 3 cars to park, plus 2 spaces at The Pound, just before the church.
The nearest bus stop is in Boughrood.
Toilets and Baby Changing
The nearest toilets are at the Griffin Inn – https://thegriffinllyswen.com where there are baby changing facilities.
The nearest cafe is the Wye Knot Stop cafe http://www.wyeknotstop.co.uk