Small Pilgrim Places Directory
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St John's Little Gidding is set in lovely countryside next to Ferrar House. In a peaceful setting near Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, Ferrar House offers secluded hospitality (including accommodation) for individuals and groups, for part of a day or longer, as well as offering facilities for visitors to the Church. It offers a small and intimate ...
Location: Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
The name translates as Church of St Michael of the Shores. Ynys (island in Welsh) used to be surrounded by water at high tide and was a port and ship-building centre. The building - in a quiet isolated location - is pre-Reformation (1137-1170), pre-dating Harlech Castle. A rare inscribed stone in the graveyard dates the building (see Gallery ...
Location: Talsarnau, Gwynedd, United Kingdom
A still pool of quiet in a restless city, with a large, beautiful and peaceful garden. The Meeting House and its garden are an oasis of tranquility. Parts of the garden symbolise the Quaker testimonies of Peace, Truth, Equality, Simplicity and Sustainability. The garden's labyrinth offers the opportunity for prayerful walking and ...
Location: Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
"A place of peace and promise".
Built in 1811 by cousins Mary and Ann Parminter, this independent chapel sits on the top of Point Hill above their unique octagonal home, A La Ronde, which is now a National Trust property. Set in a 3 acre meadow the building was originally almshouses for destitute women, and only became a place of ...
Location: Exmouth, Devon, United Kingdom
A simple Noncomformist chapel dating from 1822, refurbished(and being refurbished) to provide a simple welcoming peaceful atmosphere. Situated on the coastal path, the view from the church door over Portscatho Bay is unequalled.
Standard opening times: Normally open every day, approximately during working hours. At other times ...
Location: Portscatho, Cornwall, United Kingdom
14th Century Chapel - a quiet place in a bustling cathedral close.
Available most days from 7.30 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Arrange access and book quiet days with the Cathedral vergers tel.no. 01353 660342 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Ely, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
This ancient 13th century church, on the slopes of Mynydd Llanfihangel Rhos Y Corn with its bronze age barrows, has settled into a small hollow and is surrounded by beautiful scenery. Its simplicity reflects the open wildness of the mountain on the slopes of which it stands. By late medieval times, the church had become a place of pilgrimage. The ...
Location: Carmarthenshire, United Kingdom