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Cute little unique place

Lovely little place worth a look, if you're near by, for unique well. In an unusual place, through... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Carrie H
Very unusual

This is a small well chapel hidden next to a farm yard. Interesting and different from most other... read more

Reviewed 19 September 2017
Colin C
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2 days ago
“Cute little unique place”
19 Sep 2017
“Very unusual”
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Dupath Lane, Callington PL17 8AD, England
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Lovely little place worth a look, if you're near by, for unique well. In an unusual place, through a farm yard, but don't feel out of place it is still there.

Thank Carrie H
Reviewed 19 September 2017

This is a small well chapel hidden next to a farm yard. Interesting and different from most other places to visit. The route to the chapel is very narrow and the parking a bit sparse. Worth the effort to get there. visit time 1/2 hour...More

Thank Colin C
Reviewed 23 March 2017

Nice old Holly well, not much to do or see, 20 minutes maximum and you have seen all there is to see 🤔

Thank murray_campbell250
Reviewed 19 September 2016

This small chapel/well is off the main road and part of the English heritage sites around this part of Cornwall and if added to other similar sites in the area is worth putting on the itinerary. Once you follow the sign off the main road...More

3  Thank 502cliffordd
Reviewed 23 August 2016 via mobile

The chapel houses a natural spring whose waters we're reputed to cure whooping cough, and may also have been used for baptisms. The structure of the tiny chapel dates from the early 16thC, and is in wonderful condition, fabricated from massive dressed Cornish granite blocks....More

1  Thank MylesBridgeHouse
Reviewed 25 June 2016

If you are passing this may be worth a visit. Other than the small well building there is nothing else to see. Need to park in a nearby farm and walk down a lane.

Thank Tamworth1980
Reviewed 3 May 2016

Interesting little historical feature and worth coming down the lane to take a brief look but when we last looked our first reaction was that the granite building could do with a brief but careful clean to remove the accumulated surface markings and growths such...More

Thank Jannerbloke
Reviewed 9 April 2016

It was interesting, but there is not a lot to do other than look at the well. Not too easily accessible either.

1  Thank Paula P
Reviewed 19 September 2014

Surprisingly little know old building a very short distance from the main road. Easy parking yards from the old granite chapel or mini bathing place. The English Heritage website if you put Dupath Well into your search engine tells you all. Doesn't take long to...More

2  Thank 254izzyb
Reviewed 7 May 2014

I have driven past the turning hundreds of times. About a minute outside Callington on the road to Saltash/Plymouth. Turn in left and follow the signs for about two minutes. A little confusing especially when you find yourself in the middle of an active farm...More

4  Thank HillyCirencester
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Hi There is no charge for parking and there is no admission fee. Cars are parked on level ground adjacent to the feature at the side of the farm yard where the well is situated. There is no 'official ' disabled access but... More
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