How the Chapel started...
Step back in time and into luxury at Chapel Chester, where history meets contemporary comfort. Originally built in 1866 as the Welsh Chapel, this architectural gem has been carefully restored to its former glory while seamlessly blending modern amenities and style.
In 2017, Chapel Chester underwent a sympathetic re-development, preserving its historic charm with original windows and adorned beams. Today, it stands as a beacon of boutique accommodation, offering discerning visitors an unparalleled experience.
The Penthouse Two Bedroom
Experience the pinnacle of luxury on the 2nd floor with our exquisite two-bedroom penthouse. Adorned with a twin room and a double room, along with an inviting open-plan mezzanine with a sofa bed,
Elevated ceilings flood the apartment with natural light, accentuating the abundance of charming chapel features
Executive Suite One Bedroom
The 1st floor of Chapel Chester, where our Executive Suite awaits. This exclusive sanctuary boasts a spacious layout, featuring a separate bedroom adorned with a lavish king-sized bed, a meticulously appointed bathroom, and an inviting open-plan kitchen lounge area. This apartment captures the the original Chapel stained glass windows,
The Courtyard One Bedroom
Discover the Courtyard Apartment, once the original 'Sunday School,' now a bright and airy haven on the ground floor. Step into the open-plan kitchen/lounge flooded with natural light. A flexible mezzanine adds versatility, while outside, a private space awaits, complete with outdoor heaters for ultimate comfort.
Each of our three unique apartments is meticulously furnished to the highest standards, boasting tasteful colours, designer furniture, and all the comforts you desire, from Netflix to plush feather pillows. It's the epitome of a top-class boutique hotel experience, but with the added exclusivity of your own Chapel key door.
Experience the allure of Chapel Chester, where heritage and luxury converge to create a stay unlike any other. Welcome to a world where history is alive and indulgence knows no bounds.