Clynnog Fawr (Clynnog)
This is a village on Caernarvon Bay, 10 miles equidistant from Caernarvon and Pwllheli . Clynnog has an attractive situation and is popular as a quiet little resort. Of outstanding interest is the church, cruciform and late Perpendicular, dating from the time of Henry VII. The roof is of carved timber. In the sacristy is St. Beuno's Chest, a massive box carved out of a single piece of oak. Near the church, and connected with it by a passage, is the ancient chapel of St. Beuno, part of a former monastery dating from the sixth century. Not far away St. Beuno's Well may be used either for wishing or cursing!