Fine interior, nave has late medieval arched ceiling with moulded ribs and 6x8 plaster panels. Moulded wallplates. Rubble stone walls. Nave W end has segmental-pointed doorhead and deep splayed reveals to lancet above. Segmental-pointed arch over S door, nave S window has uneven splays, N windows have C19 surrounds raised for wall plaster. E wall has 2 corbels under apex. Rough pointed chancel arch, chamfered and stopped at level of beam of late medieval screen. Screen appears much altered, it rests irregularly on 2 corbels, and the main mouldings are over the chancel arch, but the beam continues right out to wall on left, with simplified mouldings. To the right it stops just after the corbel. Filled mortices along the top, perhaps for loft floor joists. Moulding is deeply undercut concave, between two beads, bead moulds also above. Screen has 2 panels each side of entry. Side panels have surviving tracery with rosettes in heads, ogee moulded posts, tracery of centre is mostly lost. Faded pattern painting in gold on posts and also on boards affixed to panels below rails, probably C19. Another plain beam above screen. Chancel has 3-sided plastered ceiling, 2 partly ceiled trusses with chamfered tie-beams and stepped hollow moulded stops. Blocked opening on N side. Small shelf or aumbry in NE angle. Chamfered depressed arched head to E window, with stone voussoirs. Communion rail with sturdy turned balusters late C17 or earlier C18, similar to those in Llangeview church. Monuments: W end sandstone plaque to John Jenkins d1727 and eroded plaque to William Williams of Usk, d1798. N plaque to John Pollard d1786. Lettered floor slabs in chancel. Heavily retooled octagonal font, with concave underside, round shaft and water-holding moulding to base. Font is enclosed by two-sided screen, said to have previously enclosed a manorial pew. The top rail with pulvinated frieze is presumably C17, but the ogee-moulded uprights and rails may be C15 to C16, the uprights grooved for tracery. Irregularities in the mouldings suggest that it has been reassembled, but the corner post suggests from a corner site, and none of the timbers conform to those in the surviving parts of the chancel screen. 3-1-3 bays to N, 3-3 bays to E. C19 bench pews, plain C19 timber pulpit, removed from Kemeys Inferior church and C19 chancel stalls.