The Chapel

As seen on 'George Clarke's Amazing Spaces'

Saved from destruction, lovingly re-assembled and embellished by the finest woodworkers of the West, the chapel stands serene and sublime amongst the English oaks and chestnuts of the Walcot Arboretum. It is for the more adventurous and agile, accessible on foot only via a 500 yard meander from the stable block and car park.  So please remember to bring some suitable footwear.

The downstairs is open plan with reclaimed wooded floors and walls. There is a Rayburn, gas cooker, wood burner, fridge, TV and DVD player. (Please note that due to the location of the Chapel, the reception on the TV can be poor and sometimes non existent because of atmospheric conditions. This is beyond our control and we will not be able to offer any help if this occurs)

The bathroom with a luxurious deep bath and over head shower is downstairs. Climb the spiral staircase to reach the 2 double bedrooms on a mezzanine level joined via a bridge. Both double rooms overlook the lounge below. The apartment is centrally heated throughout.

There is only limited lighting on the pathway to the Chapel so remember a torch and wellies in the wet weather!

All of Walcot Hall’s self catering cottages and glamping accommodation are dog friendly.

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