Llanfihangel-y-Creuddyn is a very small but historic Welsh village. One one side of the attractive village square lies the 13th century medieval church which has stood here since before the famous castles of North Wales were built. It is well worth a visit and is open to visitors at weekends throughout the year and every day between Easter and the end of October.
The village is very quiet and off the beaten track today but the five lanes that radiate from it indicate its historical significance. Two of the lanes are on the route of the Sarn Helen, the old Roman Road that linked north and south Wales. The lanes are very quiet for walking or cycling.
No visit to Llanfihangel-y-Creuddyn is complete without a visit to Y Ffarmers, a lovely and very welcoming gastro pub with a bar, a restaurant area and a garden with covered seating areas.