On the road to Harlech, 1 1/2 miles north of Barmouth, is the village of Llanaber. The church dates from the thirteenth century, and is really a fine example of Early English architecture. Although the exterior is plain, the interior is full of beautiful craftsmanship. Note the unusual feature of the single Lancet east window; the exquisite arch of the south door; the chancel roof, and the great pillars of the arch. Interesting, too, is the stone, inscribed: CAELIXTI MONEDO REGI, which probably means “Coelixtus, King of Anglesey.” The stone was found by an antiquary in the sand of Barmouth beach.