A unique opportunity to stay in a 19th Century chapel, Arcadia combines the allure of an historic building with modern comforts. This Grade II listed building is full of character, with high vaulted ceilings and impressive stained glass windows.
- Converted chapels and cloisters
- Large open plan sitting/dining room with high vaulted ceilings
- A short drive to centre and port of Dover
A holiday cottage with a difference! Arcadia is a fascinating conversion of a pair of High Victorian Gothic chapels designed by Thomas Talbot Bury, a noted pupil of Pugin, built around 1870. The two main chapels are linked by a cloistered reception hall where the main entrance, and door to the garden are located. The master bedroom, built on a mezzanine floor, features stained glass windows and a free standing roll top bath.
The large open plan sitting/dining room is comprised of one of the twin chapels in its entirety, and has full length stained glass windows and a high vaulted ceiling as well as the original chapel organ. With a 50 inch flat screen television, large leather sofas and a long oak dining table, this room lends itself to being an excellent and unusual place to stay.