About

The Bryn Seion Chapel has been renovated, by Sally and Carl, and brought back to life, offering a contemporary feel. The history has been retained in the design of the Pontcysyllte Chapel Tearoom, and original features have been preserved.

Sally and Carl, presenting a selection of cakes, and tea.
Sally and Carl, presenting a selection of cakes, and tea.

Now, Sally and Carl offer a warm welcome to all guests who want to enjoy food, and beverages in a modernised chapel. With underfloor heating, restrooms, WiFi, and on-site parking, guests can enjoy their visit in comfort.

Coffee, brewed from freshly roasted beans by Adam and Russell, and professionally made by trained baristas can be enjoyed, alongside a variety of foods, from breakfasts, to lighter meals, such as Jacket Potatoes, Salads, and Sandwiches.

Guests will enjoy the local historical attractions, such as the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, that was completed in 1805, by Thomas Telford, which can be found a short walk away from the Pontcysyllte Chapel Tearoom.

For more information on the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, see here.

We hope to you see soon,
Sally & Carl.