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A very beautiful home converted from an old chapel in a very quiet, rural setting. Tasteful decor throughout.
We were asked to take off our shoes before going upstairs...
Comfortable en-suite rooms with television and tray with kettle, tea, coffee, biscuits, dressing gowns. There was...More
Stayed here after a local wedding.
Picked up keys late afternoon. We were going to be late going back to b&b we're given front door key. Owners were very accommodating.
Conversion is tasteful and homely very clean room and comfy bed.
We chose full English...More
Stayed in the single (£45) room as I was working in the area. The room was immaculate and very comfortable. The en-suite bathroom was beautiful and spotless. The bed was very comfortable with luxurious duvet and sheets - I had a beautiful night's sleep. The...More
Response from Nigel B, Web Site Manager at Chapel Croft Guest HouseResponded 1 December 2016
My wife and I stayed here for 1 night in September. The place is immaculate. Guests have a separate entrance and communal lounge. The rooms are comfortable and everything is spotless.
The mattress in the room is gone though, the springs were so bad that...More
Response from Nigel B, Website at Chapel Croft Guest HouseResponded 19 September 2016
Thank You for your review.
Glad you enjoyed the place despite a couple of issues you had with the mattress and towels.
The mattresses to all the rooms have been changed recently and the towel issue will be looked at.....
This converted chapel is just so lovely, it's tastefully decorated, spotlessly clean, offers a great cooked breakfast, and Lyn and Andy are the perfect hosts. We stayed for a couple of nights, it's our 2nd visit, and we will return. Can't fault it, in beautiful...More