St Margaret's Church, Pendine, Carmarthenshire. Grounds open daily. Free entry. For services see listing.
There is parking available on the road outside the church, but there is no pavement. There is a small step at the entrance to the churchyard, but the entrance into the church building is flat. There is a disability toilet near the seafront in the lower part of Pendine.
St Margaret's Church is a Grade II* listed building in the elevated part of Pendine (Pendine Hill) a couple of hundred yards/metres from the sea front part of the village. Constructed of limestone rubble the building is made up of a three-bayed nave, two-bayed chancel, south porch, square tower with a saddlestrap roof (~1600), transeptal vestry/organ chamber and boilerhouse. There are some Medieval structural artefacts including the red sandstone and limestone openings and the nave may date to the 13th century.
There have been several renovations done to the building in the 19th century, but it remains largely a medieval church.
St Margaret's Church, Pendine Hill, Pendine, Carmarthenshire, SA33 4PQ
Sunday - 11.15am
Wednesday - 9.30am
This venue is best visited by car, but for more travel information go to https://www.traveline.info/ or call 0871 200 22 33.
There are no amenities on site, but there are cafes and diners, and a public toilet block near the seafront in the lower part of Pendine.