Llansanffraid Glan Conwy is a peaceful village in the county of Conwy, North Wales. Lying on the Conwy estuary, it is bordered to the north by Llandudno Junction and Bryn Pydew, Graig to the south, Bryn y Maen to the east and Henryd to the west across the estuary.
On the other side of the river is the historic town of Conwy. Attractions here include the castle built by Edward I, World Teapot Museum, Potters' Gallery, Aberconwy House (a medieval merchant's dwelling), Plas Mawr (the best preserved Elizabeth townhouse in Britain), Mussel Museum, and not forgetting the smallest house in Britain.
The date of the original church, dedicated to St Ffraid, is unknown, but the present building was built in 1839. During the Reformation many churches were heavily renovated and St Ffraid's was no exception, undergoing restoration in 1908. The attractive building includes Victorian-style windows and two small bell towers.