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All reviews fantastic views chesil beach walk up worth the climb abbotsbury village up hill a special place historic gem patron saint every direction nice walk surrounding countryside quick look chesil bank post office coastal path overlooking the sea
Spent a few hours in the morning after a big breakfast walking up the hill to the Chapel. The views from the chapel are spectacular, hills and countryside one way and sea views the other. The chapel itself is beautiful.
Always a great walk up too st Catherine’s chapel to burn off lunch from the Illchester arms, and the kids love playing football in the small park with any of the locals if there about !, the views are stunning especially the fleet lagoon !.
this historic chapel is still in use, wonderful to know that. What's more, it's only ten minutes stroll then easy sloping path up from the back of the Ilchester Arms. the views around of Portland and chesil beach and towards Lyme bay are fantastic. We...More
Have wanted to walk to St Catherine’s Chapel for some time & am so pleased I did on a recent sunny day in October.
Parked at the car park near the Swannery & had a fabulous walk to The Chapel. The Chapel is free to...More
It took around 15-20 minutes walk from town centre. It was a great walk especially under a sunny day, with breezes. You surely would throw all your worries behind with this wonderful view. Chapel still has service during Holy Week.
The Chapel sits up on a hill outside the pretty village of Abbotsbury. There is no charge, and you can go inside to look at the interior. Very pretty and well worth the five minute walk up the country path. Great place to take photos.
The story of this chapel can be read at the chapel. It is nice to walk to the chapel. Follow the signs from the parking at the swannery. From the chapel you can walk to Abbotsbury. You can stop at the The Old Schoolhouse and...More