Nestling opposite the Shropshire Union canal, our Victorian tin chapel has been lovingly restored retaining its original charming character and features with stained glass arched windows throughout. This Chapel is regarded as being of historical interest. It was built in May 1909 from a corrugated tin flatpack set costing £282. The Chapel was sold to us in 2012 and has undergone extensive renovations. There is no permanent resident living in the Chapel. It has an open-plan lounge/dinning/kitchen (40 ft x 20 ft) with high vault ceiling, wood burning stove, reclaimed pine flooring underfoot, re-instated tongue and groove ceiling and Victorian style radiators. Double doors provide access to the enclosed rear garden and decking area. A small hall leads to a bathroom and two bedrooms, one double and the other can be either a twin or super king using a zip and link bed. The large bathroom boasts a walk-in shower and roll top bath.
Outside as well as the enclosed garden to the rear there is a small garden to the front. The chapel is situated opposite the Shropshire Union Canal and the Roman city Walls can be accessed just two a minute walk away with the City Centre just a ten-minute walk. We have one designated parking space in a nearby boatyard, a two-minute walk, but may be able to negotiate additional parking for filming days. Other parking is on road or in a pay and display car park.