This small South East facing Norman church buried in the charming village of Barfrestone dates back to the eleventh century. The lower walls are made from local flint while the upper walls are from Caen Ashlar. Famous for its ornate decorations and Norman wheel window, this church really is this gem of the Kent countryside. Behind the church is a small looping road that links with Barfrestone Road at either end. Access to a small cemetery annex of the church is on this road.