St Levan Church, founded by St Selevan a hermit of Irish decent who was born near St Buryan, is situated at the top of the valley from Pothchapel Beach . It is medieval in origin being heavily rebuilt in the 12th century and extended in the 15th.
The bell tower has three bells daying from 1641, 1754 and 1881 and there are 2 stone crooses in the churchyard.
A carpark is situated next to the church which is ideal if you want to visit the Church or Porth Chapel Beach.
It will take you 10 minutes to drive to from Trendrennen bed and breakfast or a 20-30 minute walk through the fileds. You can easily see the Church tower from our garden room whilst you are eating your breakfast Outdoor activities: