Llety’r Llan

Sacred Stays

Throughout history, churches have been places of refuge, solace and comfort, always open and ready for people to come and stay…

Now you can come, not just to visit during the day but to spend a night sleeping peacefully within these hallowed walls. Come and spend a night in the same place as St Mwrog lived his holy life of solitude in prayer all those centuries ago.

Overlooking the historical town of Ruthin, Llanfwrog’s Church stands keeping its silent watch, offering a peaceful retreat for weary travellers and pilgrims offering refreshment for both body and soul. It offers a good base to be able to explore not only the town but the many walking and cycling routes across the Vale of Clwyd and into Clocaenog Forest.

After a good night’s rest, you’ll be ready to explore. What ancient paths will you take, and what stories and history will you find that will speak to your today… Whether it’s an adventure or quiet solitude you’re looking for you can find it here.

During the day the church is open for visitors, but at night it will be for your sole use. With toilet, kitchenette with kettle, microwave, toaster and fridge, a camp bed and quiet corners to sit, but above all there is a sacred presence with stones soaked in centuries of prayer and angels to watch over you while you rest.

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