St Illtyd's Church
The church of St Illtyd has twelfth century origins and was rebuilt in the fourteenth century. Restorations and renovations were carried out in 1839, 1897 and 2016. Inside the church is an elaborate tomb of John Bassett (John ap Thomas Bassett, died 1554) and his second wife Elizabeth (died 1596). John Bassett was a lawyer and the Surveyor of Lands to Queen Catherine Parr, and is thought to have built Llantrithyd Place.
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- "Llantrithyd Place". Coflein. Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales. Retrieved 3 March 2020.
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