Chapel on the Green is a pinnacled gothic chapel at the heart of a village green in Glasbury, Mid Wales. The Chapel was built in 1886 and was an active place of worship until 1998.
It has now been lovingly converted into beautiful and creative space for families and friends to stay and retreat within its unique and characterful decor.
With 4 bedrooms, the Chapel is spacious enough for guests to find their own little nook within its vast architecture. There’s plenty of opportunity to relax with large living areas for reading or playing games.
The open plan kitchen and dining area has a large dining table that can accommodate large groups or families, and is a great space for those end of night kitchen discos! The Chapel is adorned with the owners' unique art collection, including work specifically commissioned for the chapel, created by artists from around the UK, and especially unique is our large mural.
The garden wraps around the front and side of the Chapel and is a haven to relax and listen to the buzzing of bees.
The village of Glasbury sits on the banks of the River Wye, well served by the River Café and two inns. For walking you can access the Begwyns; five hundred and eighty acres of National Trust hills and rolling landscape with breath-taking views across The Black Mountains and The Brecon Beacons National Park.
For the energetic there’s the opportunity to go mountain biking, climbing, fishing, horse riding and kayaking/canoeing where you can explore the four-mile stretch of the Wye river between Glasbury and Hay. Alternatively, you could relax at 'The Bont' which is the village beach on the river that's great for wild swimming and just a short walk from the chapel.
Hay-on-Wye is within easy reach and is a famous Book Town renowned for its International Book Festival, with plenty of second-hand bookshops, galleries, an art house, cinema and independent shops, as well as The Globe at Hay for entertainment.