Situated on the second floor, the Chapel bedroom (19ft & 16ft) celebrates the history of its past Catholic owners, the Chapel was built by the Hamertons in 1379 to celebrate St Anne the Mother St Mary.
The Chapel is famous in history for the actions the Mother of Sir Stephen Hamerton (A Catholic Martyr) who threw rocks at her husband: Lord Henry Stanley, Earl of Derby (from the Chapel windows) to stop him taking possession of Hellifield Peel and protect her family inheritance. The stained glass windows, stonework, Piscina, turret bathroom and its Garderobe evoke the romantic ambience of its past use as a chapel and the tribulations through history the house has endured.
Enjoy the heavenly deep volcanic red granite bath with candles lit and enjoy the romantic ambience of this room. Original artwork and stained glass stone mullioned windows to the East and sash windows to the South over looking Yorkshire towards Pendle hill.
En-suite with very deep red marble bath (not suitable for all) with a view to the South from a large sash window over the Yorkshire countryside.
Chapel Bedroom
Chapel Bedroom Features
£170.00 per night B&B* midweek
£180.00 per night B&B* weekend
*Prices based on (2 people sharing) inc. Vat 20%
(2 nights min. at weekends)

Chapel Bedroom Tariff 2015
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17th Century four poster bed (double)
Seating area
Bath only
21" Flat screen TV & DVD with digital channels
Access to extensive DVD library
Free wi-fi
Complimentary toiletries - Au Lait range
Welcome tray with bottled water, fresh milk, biscuits, teas,
coffees, hot chocolate, wine glasses
Hand made chocolates by Whitakers of Skipton
Fresh flowers
Hair dryer
In room fridge
White Company towels and bathrobes
Iron and Ironing board available on request
Extensive guide books on the area
Champagne bucket and ice on request
Ample on site parking
For Single Occupancy deduct £30 per night from price above