A rare survival of a fine domestic chapel, Horne's Place Chapel was built for William Horne in 1366 and attached to his timber-framed manor house, which was attacked during the Peasants' Revolt of 1381.
The house and chapel are privately owned.
Read more about the history of Horne's Place Chapel.
Before You Go
How to Find It: The chapel is one and a half miles north of Appledore on Kenardington Road on the east side of road. Park in the driveway to the right of Horne's Place.
Parking: Please park considerately in the driveway to the right of Horne's Place.
Access: The chapel is a short walk from the driveway over a narrow, uneven brick path. There are several steps into the chapel, and several more into the undercroft.
Opening Times: The chapel is in a private garden and is open to the public on Heritage Open days only
Dogs: Assistance dogs only are welcome.
Plan a Great Day Out
Make the most of your day by heading down to the coast to visit the ruins of Camber Castle, a remarkably unaltered artillery fort built by Henry VIII.