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Grade II listed chapel conversion to provide a restaurant, club, bar, bakery and retail space in addition to a handful of guest bedroom accommodation.
“At the Chapel” is a restaurant, bar, club, bakery and wine shop created in a Grade 2 Listed Congregational Chapel in Bruton, Somerset. The building has a simple robust architecture and a history of public use that is well suited to its new function and capitalises on these inherent characteristics to create a venue with a great sense of style and place.
Materials are limited to reclaimed oak, local Doulton stone, white painted plaster and simple black iron fittings to create a very effective backdrop to the complexity, richness and variety of the local produce and cuisine on offer. As the Guardian restaurant critic wrote: “it was as close to a religious experience as this rampant atheist is ever likely to have in a house of the Lord”.