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For those of you who are personally unable to visit the well and chapel here is a  “Virtual Tour” Note: The images of the chapel are pre 2009 major renovation

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This is the official website of St Clether Holy Well Chapel.

The chapel is a privately owned and maintained non-denominational Grade 2 listed building

It is situated about 1/3 mile (walk) from St. Clether parish church which is signposted from the A395

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The first view for most visitors is St Clether parish church.  After parking in the front car park go through the gate, follow the path beside the church through the graveyard to a kissing gate with a sign

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The grassed path goes through open fields along the side of a valley to a kissing gate (see ‘Access Works’)

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The gravelled path continues along the valley with views of the River Inny on the left and arrives at the entrance gate

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The Well Chapel is now visible to the right with the lower well on the chapel wall and the main well behind it

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Detail of the lower well

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The entrance door is on the far side of the chapel

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The granite altar is opposite the entrance door

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Left of the altar the well water runs into the chapel

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The water channel continues behind the altar before flowing into the lower well

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The side door leads to the upper well

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Don’t forget to sign the visitor’s book

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Make a donation if you wish

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The side door

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The upper well

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‘PEACE IS THE SOUND OF HEAVEN ON EARTH’

Bench kindly donated by Alan and Rene

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Ancient cliffs loom above the path

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Back to the church

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Which also has visitors

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Back to the real world

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