Chapel of St Nicholas

The Chapel of St Nicholas is a historical church located on The Quay in Ilfracombe, EnglandBuilt in 1530 during the reign of Henry VIII, this Grade II listed building is now owned by the National TrustIt became the focus of Protestant worship after the Reformation in 1549 and has since been used by Anglican, Methodist and Baptist congregationsInside the chapel, visitors can find several stained-glass windows dating from the sixteenth centuryIt is an important part of English history and is a reminder of its religious heritageToday, visitors can explore this charming church and admire its simple beauty