St Peters Church is in the center of Berrynarbor, facing Bessemer Thatch. Possibly first built circa 13th century though, most part of her construction is in the 15th century. St Peters Church was thought to originally be of a cruciform plan, and later remodelled in 15th century giving her a west tower, nave, chancel, north transept, south aisle and south porch. The tower has an embattled parapet and the battlements have quatrefoils. In the 17th century a lychgate was errected and a Norman font. Recently the church bell was restored through donations raised by the village. It was listed as a Grade II building on 25th February 1965.

In the grounds of Saint Peter's church.
(Photo taken 2003)

Saint Peter's church.
(Photo taken 2003)

A picture of the tower.
(Photo taken 2006)

A view of the gate.
(Photo taken 2006)

In the grounds of Saint Peter's church.
(Photo taken 2006)

In the grounds of Saint Peter's church.
(Photo taken 2006)

In the grounds of Saint Peter's church.
(Photo taken 2006)

Saint Peter's church.
(Photo taken 2003)

Saint Peter's church
(Photo taken 2003)

Inside Saint Peter's church
(Photo taken 2012)

Inside Saint Peter's church
(Photo taken July 2012)

Inside Saint Peter's church
(Photo taken July 2012)