St. Catherines Chapel, Abbotsbury

St. Catherines Chapel, Abbotsbury - Address

Address: Grove Lane, Abbotsbury, Weymouth DT3 4JH, England.

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 06:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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About St. Catherines Chapel, Abbotsbury

It’s a small chapel located on top of hill in Abbotsbury village, Dorset. The Chapel is dedicated to Saint Catherine. Design of Catherine chapel is rectangular in structure and it’s entirely made of golden buff limestone. St Catherine’s chapel has appeared in movie named the small back room. Tourists should visit this place while visiting Abbotsbury. 

St. Catherines Chapel Opening and Closing Hours

  • Open during daylight hours.

How To reach St. Catherines Chapel by Public Transport

  • By Car
  • By walk

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  • Amazing old Chapel which notably survived the Dissolution because of its role as a "lighthouse". Not difficult to see why, given its commanding position. It's a bit of a walk, but more than worth it. You can go inside, where a pleasantly eerie silence pervades.

  • Well worth the walk (fairly steep in places) with spectacular views. Reminds me a bit of Glastonbury Tor.

  • The Chapel enjoys a commanding view of the surrounding countryside as well as Chesil Beach. A rewarding climb for sure.

  • Extremely simple with a bare earth floor inside but charming in its simplicity. There are good views of the Fleet Lagoon and Swannery from outside and it is a good place to starwatch at night because there isvery little light pollution there

  • Strangely it looks bigger from a distance than it really is. Worth the walk to get there, the Church is beautiful and the views are stunning

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