Imagine spending a few days in the English countryside. Soft, green hills, green meadows… and a church converted into a House as accommodation. Now that he comes good time is time to prepare the bags and start planning our trips looking for special places.
Special places like this small chapel located in a bucolic English spot that has been converted into a house ready to welcome travelers. After spending decades abandoned and without any use, this small chapel has been completely restored.
After the works, the interior of the old chapel has taken a radical turn. And although the Gothic Windows have been reopened and light enters again for them, spaces have been completely renovated with a modern air.
Next to the old windows, on the roof of the Church have been also opened new windows to let more light in different spaces, like the kitchen with double height with wooden beams and a large dining room of the more modern with a small stove for the cooler days, or a coffee table that is an old truck, in addition to the staircase to the attic.
Installed in the attic, a Loft at the front of the Church, have been located two double rooms, each with its bathroom and a single room, with the charm of the attic spaces.
Nor should we miss the bathroom on the ground floor, with that beautiful clawfoot bathtub, the white tiles, spider lamp or the Gothic window that gives you so much charm to the space.
A different House with much charm ideal to spend a few days in the English countryside, right?