The Little Chapel (Guernsey) Reviews
Newest Review: ... France. It is situated next to Blanchelande College and has the Guernsey Clockmakers down the path. It is made entirely of shells, pebbles and pieces of china and you can see that endless time and effort was spent making this popular visitors attraction. It always intrigues visitors as this unique chapel can only be appreciated properly when you are there. It is a lot smaller than you would expect and inside will probably mean you have to bend over if your tall. It may be the smallest chapel in the world. This attraction can be found surrounded by fields and is a great area to walk around. It is quite close to the islands airport. I... more
Customer The Little Chapel (Guernsey) Reviews (2)
by - written on 20/01/13, updated on 22/01/13 (Somewhat useful, 27 readings)
I live in Guernsey and as a child I visited the little chapel with my school and family. This gorgeous little chapel was made in 1914 by Brother Deodat as he tried to make a tiny version of Lourdes in France. It is situated next to Blanchelande College and has the Guernsey Clockmakers down the path. It is made entirely of shells, pebbles and pieces of china and you can see that endless time and effort was spent making this popular visitors attraction. It always intrigues visitors as this unique chapel can only be appreciated properly when you are there. It is a lot smaller than you would expect and inside will probably mean you have to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/02, updated on 13/03/02 (Very useful, 299 readings)
For such a small island Guernsey has many attractions to offer the holiday-maker such as the beautiful Butterfly Farm, Castle Cornet, Fort Grey Maritime Museum, the German Underground Hospital and exhibitions and museums related to the occupation of the island during World War II but the attraction that I will always remember most vividly about my holiday on Guernsey is the Little Chapel. The Little Chapel can be found at the foot of Blanchelande Girls College between St. Andrew and St. Saviour and just off the road to the airport. Blanchelande Girls College is an imposing mass of buildings in large grounds and they began life as Lex Vauzbelets College for Boys. ... Read the complete review
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