The local Church of Ireland church in Stradbally, County Waterford, houses the ruins of a large, medieval house of worship. It contains a fortified presbytery, which is believed to have been constructed in the 1200s for protection during the disputes between the Powers and Fitzgeralds. The nave was added later, but during the years of the Reformation, the church fell into disuse.
Visitors can find the historic site by following signs from the village. For safety purposes, however, the ruins should only be viewed from the outside.