A lovingly converted 19th century chapel with a private garden and a stargazing hot tub, set within Northumberland countryside close to Hadrian's Wall.
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2-3 nights

Boasting a uniquely mesmerising blend of original features with sleek mod-cons, The Tiny Chapel is an inviting Northumberland retreat that breathes with history.

The friendly owners have painstakingly restored the 19th century chapel themselves, to ensure a dreamy stay for up to four guests.  With a kingsize and a twin bedroom to choose from, this is the perfect rustic hideaway for a small family or two couples.

You’ll feel as though time has come to a gentle standstill as you arrive at the chapel. Original stone exterior and beautiful arched windows welcome you inside, where exposed timber beams and an exquisite vaulted ceiling evoke a luxurious feeling of timeless comfort.

The ground floor is home to a sociable open-plan space, cosily furnished with sofas and a soft-glowing wood-burning stove, for snuggly evenings in front of the Smart TV.  

The modern kitchen area is equipped with all the gleaming appliances you’d expect, and there’s a generous dining table to savour home-cooked meals around together. With a Bluetooth sound system and ultra-sophisticated B&W ceiling speakers, you can even set the perfect background mood as you dine.

Of course, on balmy evenings you’ll want to step through the patio doors, into the enchanting private garden. Here, comfortably furnished decking and a gorgeous hot tub await, perfectly positioned for you to gaze across that rolling Northumberland countryside with your morning coffee, or a well-deserved evening glass of wine.

Talk and laugh with your loved ones until the stars appear in the vast night sky, and when it’s finally time to turn in, simply head up the feature staircase to your tastefully-furnished bedroom.

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At a glance

  • A painstakingly restored 19th century Northumberland chapel, blending historic features and sleek mod-cons.
  • Ideal for a small family or two couples, the retreat sleeps up to 4 guests in 2 en-suite bedrooms: a kingsize and a twin.
  • On summer evenings, dine al fresco in the private furnished garden, followed by a stargazing dip in the hot tub.
  • The market town of Hexham is a short walk away, with Hadrian’s Wall and the sweeping Northumberland coast in easy reach.

Features

  • Family Friendly
  • Hot Tubs

Facilities

Luxuriously converted chapel, sleeps 4 guests.  Ground floor: open-plan space with sofas, wood-burning stove, Smart TV, Bluetooth sound system with B&W ceiling speakers, dining table and chairs, well-equipped kitchen area.  Patio doors to furnished decking, barbecue, hot tub.  Feature staircase to first floor: kingsize master room with handcrafted bed and in-room bathtub, en-suite facilities, twin room with en-suite facilities.

Local Activities

Walking, cycling, market towns, independent shops, cafés, restaurants, castles, beaches, culture, historic sites

More information

All set up for a blissful night’s sleep, the kingsize master room features a gorgeous hand-crafted timber bed with a state-of-the-art Tempur mattress, and there’s a free-standing bathtub for indulgent in-room bubble soaks.

The second bedroom is home to two downy singles, and since both rooms enjoy en-suite facilities, there’ll be no cross-legged queues come sunrise!

After a hearty home-cooked breakfast, you could wander into nearby Hexham, a bustling market town that’s teeming with independent shops and charming coffee-stops.

Meanwhile, a short drive will take you to Hadrian’s Wall, with Newcastle-upon-Tyne accessible in half an hour for epic shopping and dining. But if it’s beaches and culture you long for, then you can reach the sweeping Northumberland coast, strewn with historic castles and white-sand beaches, within an hour.

Who could ask for more?

Things to note

Minimum 2-night stay during low season, 3 nights in high season. Pets are not permitted.

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