Visitors often join us for Sunday morning worship. We may be located ‘off the beaten track’, but this historic chapel is certainly not isolated in any way. It attracts a good number of visitors each year: many come to discover its history or architecture; some have a religious interest, others are purely secular. We have welcomed tourists, descendants of former members and ministers, curious locals, educational parties of all ages, television crews, royalty, authors and poets. Many of them comment on the peaceful atmosphere they find here.

The Chapel is also becoming increasingly popular as a venue for small, intimate concerts.

Adjacent to the Chapel is a 2 bedroomed cottage, currently leased to the Landmark Trust as a holiday let. The holidaymakers

View of the Black Mountains from Maesyronnen Chapel

Visit from a walking group

Prince Charles visiting in 2014