“This small stone chapel dates back to the twelfth century with certain features reaching all the way back to its original construction – parts of the south door in particular.
It retains its essential structure, with its gable-end bell-cote. It remains a reassuring presence in the open countryside, albeit a roofless presence.
The church remained in use for over 600 years until it finally fell into a state of dereliction and disuse in the early eighteenth century.
It is now a registered Ancient Monument. One of a number in the immediate area." -http://www.anglesey-hidden-gem.com