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Landscape, art and remembrance are beautifully blended together in this Grade I-listed building. Visitors are drawn to the bright red brick of this Arts & Crafts masterpiece. Up-close, the extraordinary design and decoration both fascinate and...more
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What a fabulous place one of the best kept secrets - I first stumbled across this place in the 80s when no one had heard of it and the gallery down the road wasn’t commercialised - it was and is breathtakingly beautiful - and art...More
Watts Chapel is a fantastic tiny gem of a building. Set in a picturesque grave yard on a Surrey hillside overlooking a peaceful valley, the chapel's exterior is build of terraccotta bricks all hand crafted with intricate designs. Particularly charming are the rows of faces...More
We have had a recent family bereavement and felt in need of spiritual contemplation. This place did not disappoint - it truly is magnificent. You need to take time to appreciate this celebration of the arts and crafts movement in a religious context.
The Watt's Chapel is quite amazing , well worth a visit , do read about it's construction , a mix of Art Nouveau and Celtic Revival . The Mortuary Chapel in Gothic Revival style . Mary Watt's very original style . Her art and pottery...More