Grade II listed
town house

3 bedrooms

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A converted 1830s chapel in the centre of Hexham with a sleek, modern interior and a private enclosed garden. Just 100m from historic Hexham Abbey, the Ranters’ Chapel is the perfect base for enjoying all the pleasures that England’s ‘nicest market town’ has to offer.

Features at a glance

  • Sleeps 6 in three bedrooms, two doubles and one twin
  • Three bath / shower rooms, one ensuite
  • Well-equipped kitchen
  • Comfortable sitting room with flat-screen TV with Freesat and DVD player
  • Wi-fi is available throughout the house
  • We can prepare meals for you and even have supper in the oven for you on your arrival, please ask for further details.
  • Ranters Chapel is a no smoking house.

About Ranters Chapel

Built in 1830, 24 Hallstile Bank started life as Hexham’s first Ranter’s Chapel.

The Ranters, named for their impassioned preaching, broke away from the Wesleyan Methodists around 1810 and set up their own style of worship. In 1822 travelling Ranter preachers arrived in orthodox Hexham. They preached on Battle Hill which was crowded with “many stout-hearted sinners”. And in spite of “bricks and stones being often thrown by the ungodly, many souls were turned to the Lord”.

The chapel occupied both No. 24 and No. 26 and still retains the original dual entrance through which men and women worshippers could enter separately.