Ynglŷn â Burnetts Hill Chapel
Built in cottage style in 1812 to serve the coal-mining community of Landshipping and Martletwy, it has been little altered over the years and has a timeless charm all of its own.
Like so many Welsh chapels, Burnett’s Hill was forced to close in the 1980s for want of a congregation, and it might have become a complete ruin but for the intervention of a group of local people who formed themselves into the Friends of Burnett’s Hill Chapel and set about saving the building.
Useful tip: Bring a small cushion (the pews are hard) and also a pocket torch to find your car afterwards…
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Open from December to December.