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The Chapel

The Chapel is part of the mid-18th century west wing of the House and was originally intended to be a dining room.

In the 1870s it was radically altered with the floor being lowered and the entrance changed. It was redecorated in the pre-Raphaelite style and boasts impressive William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones designs. Today it continues to be used for occasional services, evensong and organ practice. 

Click on the images below to see some of the impressive detail.

Welcome to the Rev'd Douglas Robertson, Castle Howard Chaplain

Douglas retired as vicar of Pembury in Kent last November and has moved to Malton with his wife Sue, Spiritual Director of the Diocese of York. Douglas was born in Edinburgh and has an ecumenical background, having been an Elder in the Presbyterian Church of England. Contact: 07778 141884 or email [email protected]

 

 

Chapel Services

The Rev'd Douglas Robertson invites you to celebrate the beginning of Advent on Sunday 1st December at 4pm in the Castle Howard Chapel.

Join us on Wednesday 25th December at 10.30am for our Christmas Day Service (Book of Common Prayer & Holy Communion Service. Entry via Boar Garden). 

Contact Rachel Henley if you would like to come along to either of these special services: [email protected] / 01653 648 660

2020 Service Dates

Easter Sunday - 12th April 2020

Whitsun - 31st May 2020

Information on future services will be posted here once confirmed.  

Please note the Chapel is not wheelchair accessible. We apologise for any disappointment this may cause.