Agneash Chapel, Agneash Lonan, Isle of Man
The chapel is situated in a small village in the hills above Laxey village. The village has been a place of Christian worship and prayer for over 1300years, starting with a Keill(chapel) in 699AD with a monk and continuing today in the Methodist chapel opened in 1857. The chapel has a view of the hills, looking out onto old mining buildings and up to Snaefell Mountain. Agneash has long been a “prayed in place” - what the Celts called a “Thin Place” where you can easily feel the presence of God and find peace.
Standard opening times Open daily 10am-4pm. Prayer meeting every Saturday 8.30 - 9.00 am followed by breakfast; Sunday service 2.30 - 3.30 pm followed by refreshments.
Agneash Chapel, Agneash Lonan, IM4 7NS, Isle of Man
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By car: From Laxey, head up mines road towards Laxey wheel, continue past wheel about 1 mile up the hill until you reach the village. Chapel is in the centre of the village. There is a small car park.
By public transport (rail/bus): Take bus or Electric Railway (Tram) from Douglas or Ramsey
to Laxey, then walk up mines road past the wheel (steep hill, approx 1 mile)
On foot: From Laxey rail station walk mines road past the wheel (steep hill, approx 1 mile)
Facilities: No level access - there is a small step to enter the building, with handrail. Toilet on site - in outhouse. Garden, but no disabled access. Refreshments (on site or locally): Free refreshments available in chapel at all times. There is some B&B and hotel provision in Laxey Village at the foot of the hill.
Suitable for quiet days for individuals or group, by arrangement
Isle of Man
Tel: 01624 861627