Published online by Cambridge University Press: 02 October 2021
A single-nave church. At the time of our visit on 1 April 2013, the church was undergoing restoration; the below description records the condition of the church on that date.
The exterior is roughly plastered and whitewashed, leaving the carved-stone frame of the entrance door and lateral window exposed. The church is covered by a tiled gable roof. There is a single entrance in the centre of the west wall, and a modern window has been inserted off-centre (west) in the north wall.
The interior is covered by a pointed barrel vault with one transverse arch. There is no physical separation between nave and sanctuary.