Average Prices £
FeaturesFree parking, Internet, Free Internet, Wifi, Non-smoking rooms, Non-smoking hotel, Public Wifi, Free Wifi, Parking
The Chapel Guest House formerly a Methodist Chapel was originally built in 1862 in the Hamlet of Carthew.
This imposing building has been sympathetically converted to provide accommodation and retains many of the original features of the Chapel.
There are large arched granite windows with coloured glass to the front and glimpses of trusses and keystones are evident throughout the building.
With prices starting from ?85.00 per night the Chapel offers luxury accommodation in 5 Guest rooms which have been simply yet tastefully decorated.
All rooms have new mattresses and are made up with fresh clean linen
All of our rooms are en-suite with toiletries and fresh towels provided.
Every room contains a flat screen television hair dryer and tea and coffee facilities.
We provide free parking (No Commercial vehicles please) and WiFi.
We welcome business bookings but no dirty work clothes / boots.
The Chapel Guest House offers a comprehensive breakfast menu to suit all tastes including vegetarian options.
Our Breakfast room opens between 8:30 am & 10:00 am.
If you have any special dietary requirements such as gluten or dairy free please let us know..
Check In: from 4 pm until 8 pm. (Please inform us if you plan to arrive outside of these times)
Check Out: by 10:30 am.
The Chapel is nestled in a wooded valley in the hamlet of Carthew just north of St Austell
Many attractions are close by such the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan and a wide choice of beaches are all within a short hop
There are many local villages all worth a visit including Mevagissey Fowey and Charlestown
The Sawles Arms is a small local Pub only 5 minutes walk from the Chapel where you will given a warm Cornish welcome
Unfortunately we are unable to accept pets. This is because we have 2 dogs.
A travel cot is available for ?10 per night.
Please note: Rooms 1 2 & 5 have macerating toilets which emit a pump sound when used.