This Methodist chapel turned gothic renaissance gem overlooks the stunning Cardigan Bay and sits on the southern tip of Wales' Snowdonia National Park.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 2 nights low season & 7 nights high season
To the south of the stunning Snowdonia National Park is the quaint village of Llwyngwril. In the centre of the village sits this marvellous blue chapel. Once a Methodist place of worship and then an antique centre, this truly unique accommodation was renovated in the summer of 2020 making the most of its original gorgeous gothic features. With its stellar location, numerous unique features, Moroccan courtyard, and magnificent views of both mountain and sea, The Blue Chapel promises to be a getaway like no other.
Both original chapel and gothic revival features can be found throughout the property. This includes stone staircases, artisanal wood carvings, ornate ceilings, arched windows, striking fireplaces, and even an organ gallery. The Chapel can accommodate up to eight people across three ground floor bedrooms: one king size, one double, and one containing four bunk beds. The bathrooms contain a charming combination of modern facilities and traditional fixtures. Walk up the ornate staircase to the first floor to reach the open-planned living area. This contains comfy sofas and a dining table for eight, and is illuminated during the day by virtue of the skylight windows. On the same floor is the well-equipped kitchen filled with high spec appliances and the balcony which provides arresting views of the mountains to the east and Irish sea to the west. The chapel also has its very own vibrant courtyard - with outdoor seating - inspired by the Majorelle Garden in Marrakech, Morocco.
The village of Llwyngwril benefits from overlooking Cardigan Bay, one of the top dolphin spotting spots in Europe. Its stunning location provides access to an array of lovely beaches and coastline vistas. Further afield, the area is replete with things to see and do, whether it's charming towns, quaint villages, local shopping, steam train travel, or various outdoor sports and activities, there is something for everyone. The area is very popular with walkers and cyclists, and there are hundreds of gorgeous trails to trek and bike along. The Chapel is nestled on the southern tip of Snowdonia National Park, containing the highest peaks in the UK outside of Scotland, making it the perfect base from which to explore. If you don't mind a bit of a drive, the highest mountain in Wales - Snowdon - is 40-miles to the north. Trust us, it is certainly worth the trip.
Free parking available opposite the Chapel. Newly fitted high spec kitchen and bathrooms - ensuite has freestanding bath and walk-in shower plus additional walk-in shower in main bathroom. Balcony with sunset and sea views.
Fabulous beaches as well as the mountains, and visit Portmeirion plus much more
Manchester International Airport - 2 hours
Low season: £150-£175 p/n (Nov-March exc Christmas/NYE. 3 nights min stay)
Mid season: £200-£250 p/n (April-Oct exc school holidays and Bank Holiday weekends)
High season: £250-£300 p/n (School holidays 7 nights min, otherwise 3 nights min stay)
New Years Eve: £300-£350 p/n
- 2 night minimum stays unless otherwise stated
- Weekdays are charged at a lower price than weekends.
- Discounts offered for longer stays:
10% for 3 & 4 night stays
15% for 5 & 6 night stays
20% for 7+ night stays
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