Tudweiliog Church. Free entry. Open daily.

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There are limited parking spaces around the church, and in the village of Tudweiliog itself. There are no toilets on site – the nearest ones are in the village. There are a couple of steps leading up to the entrance. Guide dogs are welcome.

Brief Description:

The church was founded by St. Cwyfan, a 7th century saint, the son of Brwynen Hewn; and served as a landmark to mariners sailing to and from Liverpool.

Further Information:


St Cwyfan’s Church, Tudweiliog, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 8NB.


Available via website.


01758 720494.



Opening Hours:

Open daily.


Tudweiliog is approx. 10 miles to the South West of Pwllheli via the B4417 and A497. OS  SH 23923677.


There is a regular bus service around Gwynedd. For more travel information go to https://www.traveline.info/ or call 0871 200 22 33.


There is a small handful of places to eat and drink nearby and in the village itself. There are plenty of places to stay and camp in the area, and Snowdonia is close by. The town of Pwllheli is approx. 10 miles away, where you will find a variety of places to visit.

Travel Information

For further travel information in Wales please see: www.traveline.cymru/travel-info

Or call Traveline Cymru on 0800 464 0000