Discover the hidden past of Eden Hall and the secrets that lie within its beautiful architecture.
The Chapel occupied almost the whole of the central portion of the building and could be entered from the courtyard at the rear of the house. A large pulpit was just inside the entrance, and opposite this was a self-acting organ with gilt pipes, which played up to 30 sacred tunes. There were also two galleries on the ground floor, which could accommodate over 200 people. These were used primarily for baptisms, as there was an iron tank sunk into the floor, which could be reached by a set of iron steps.