Old Baptist Chapel
This fine stone-built holiday home is in the heart of the Belper Conservation area, near the old village of mill-workers' houses known locally as The Clusters. The Chapel, a Grade II listed building, dates from 1817, and is close to the town centre of Belper, a market town on the doorstep of the Derbyshire Peak District National Park.
The secluded private and enclosed garden has a brick barbecue and two picnic tables for summer use, and there is private parking for up to 4 vehicles just to the rear of the Chapel, which is reached via Bridge Street and Cluster Road, with a short stroll back to The Old Chapel access via Crown Terrace. There are other nearby short-stay and long-stay car parks.
The landlord of The Devonshire pub welcomes parking towards the REAR of the (Duke of) Devonshire’s car park and he requests a small donation be made to him for each car. This car park is almost opposite ‘Baptist Chapel Yard, which is the alleyway entrance to The Old Chapel (between the Rifleman’s Arms pub and ‘The Taj of Belper’ take-away.
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Just wanted to drop you an email and say thank you for a lovely stay at the Old Chapel. The group thought it was a great place to say. Mrs Pascall November 2014.
We had a great weekend, thank you. The house was perfect, just what we needed for our gathering! Nicola Clarke July 2016.
Just emailing to say a huge thank you for all of your help with the weekend, both in booking and the logistical information you gave me. It was a great weekend and the accommodation was fantastic, and we would definitely love to come and stay at The Old Baptist Chapel again in the future. Mr Sadan December 2016