Jerusalem Chapel and Vestry are the result of an impressive chapel conversion. 'Capel Jerusalem', which sleeps 10 (+ 2 on a sofa bed) forms the front of the building and 'Jerusalem Vestry' is a 3 storey property, which sleep an additional 8+2 guests. The properties can be booked separately or together and there is no interconnecting door (Jerusalem Vestry has a private entrance at the rear of the bulding). The chapel has extra dining tables and chairs, so that everyone can eat and socialise together.
Both properties have been finished to the highest standards and all bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms.
Capel Jerusalem has 4 bedrooms on the ground floor: king size, double, twin and adult bunks. There is also an infra-red sauna. The upper floor has a large open plan kitchen/diner/living space, featuring a baby grand piano, internet TV and projector. The chapel is heated using eco-friendly solar panels and an air source heat pump, which provide hot water and underfloor heating throughout the property.
Jerusalem Vestry has 3 en suite bedrooms: king size, double and family room, with a sofa bed on the upper landing. The Vestry has a comfortable open plan lounge/kitchen/diner on the ground floor, with mountain views.
Outside, the chapel has a walled garden and a secure area to store bikes. Jerusalem Vestry has a fabulous outdoor dining area, with a stone barbecue and views of the mountains.There's off-street parking to the side
During peak periods there is a minimum stay of 1 week (Friday change-over). Off-peak, weekend bookings are popular for birthdays, family get-togethers, hen and stag parties
Prices (for both houses) range from £1440 for a weekend in low season to £2995 for a week in high season. Please email or call for a quote.
Cots and high chairs are provided..
A 25% deposit secures the dates, with the balance due 8 weeks before check-in.
A refundable £500 Good Housekeeping Bond is required 2 weeks before check-in.
On the edge of the friendly village of Abergynolwyn, it's a short drive to the seaside towns of Tywyn and Aberdovey.Numerous natural features include waterfalls, forests, mountains and lakes and miles and miles of wide, sweeping beaches at Tywyn, Aberdovey and Barmouth. From the village, it's a short walk up into the forest, where you can follow the river up to the waterfall and Nant Gwernol, to take a trip to the coast on the Tal-y-Llyn steam railway. The nearby Cadair Idris is a majestic mountain, with a selection of routes, which will take you past lakes, to the summit with vast, sea views. There are also a number of tourist attractions and activities, which include King Arthur's Labyrinth and Corris Craft Centre.
We are very enthusiastic about the area and what it has to offer. Please feel free to contact us and tell us about your party and what you're looking for (from bird watching to zip-wire excitemenexcitement) and we will be happy to help you plan your holiday in this fabulous part of Wales.
Absolutely beautiful by Kerry Nevin on October 5th 2017
Absolutely beautiful property!! Four generations of our family & friends stayed in both the Chapel and the Vestry for my dad's 60th Birthday. Sue was really helpful beforehand with recommendations for things to do/places to go which was greatly appreciated. There is a pub within staggering distance (The Railway Inn) and we also took the steam train into Tywyn and a drive up to Barmouth. A fabulous place that I would defintely recommend!!
Fabulous weekend by Jayne Curtis on December 4th 2016
Fabulous weekend we had a fantastic time. It was a wonderful venue. Capel Jerusalam was a stunning chapel conversion with Jerusalem Vestry to accommodate all our party.
Absolutely fantastic!! by Michelle Laight on October 9th 2016
Absolutely fantastic!! Amazing place and beautiful scenery
Fabulous venue by Peter Weatherall on May 16th 2015
We celebrated my 50th birthday at Capel Jerusalem and booked the Chapel and Vestry for 20 friends. It's an amazing place for a get-together, with plenty of space to eat, drink and be merry together!
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Cottage added 17th January 2018