Llaneilian Church
Llaneilian Church
15th century battlemented church with tower and pyramidical spire. The church contains a carved oak screen and carvings on the roof beams; 14th century chapel built over site of St Eilian's cell is linked to the church by a passageway. Restored in 2002, St. Eilian is the best preserved of Anglesey's medieval Celtic churches.
Although it may have been founded as early as the 6th century, the oldest surviving masonry dates from the 12th to 15th c. The 1496 rood screen bears the image of a hoofed skeleton.