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All reviews well worth a visit little gem broken china the bus gift shop no charge visiting guernsey ice cream broken pieces many years short walk st peter port underground hospital restoration work down the road lovely place to visit chapel
A little touch of heaven in the middle of nowhere. If you travel by bus they are hourly so take your time. This is s perfect sanctuary if you crave quiet time and you will leave in awe of this delightful piece of history
The little chapel is a must see in Guernsey . It's just amazing, and also very deceiving in the size . As by the alter there are steps down and you will find 2 other little areas with altars . The work that has gone...More
We love coming here! The renovation work has all been completed now and it's stunning. The new doors are ib keeping and look terrific. New lighting helps you enjoy the intricate beauty but it's maintained its peaceful feeling. Free to get in, but donations keep...More
The location is just right for a religious building, being a place of solitude. It's quite amazing the amount of work that has gone into the mosaics, both inside and out. Being so different it's memorable.
This place is a must to visit when you go to Guernsey, you can catch the bus there from St Peters Port , would not go in a large group as it only holds a handful of people went on our own and its amazzing...More
At only £1 each from the tourist information centre on the 71 bus this was a cheap way to see this amazing chapel. Words can not describe the beauty and work that has gone into creating this work of art. It's worth walking through a...More
However, It is even smaller than I imagined and you really dont need much time to view it. If you are one of a group or a bus trip you will have to be quick so that everyone can have a look inside. Two adults...More
The little chapel is a beautifully small tourist attraction.
I had this on my list of things to see, and was really blown away once I got up close to and inside of this; and discovered that it is actually slightly bigger than I'd first...More
Response from Gertrude_Jekyll | Reviewed this property |
I think you do pay. I didn’t go there. I read another review which said it was mainly corporate groups who went.
Not sure about the bus - sorry. Nowhere is very far, so a taxi probably wouldn’t cost much.