Places to Stay
Places to Stay
Places to Stay
Jamaica Inn and Museums
About Wesley Cottage
Wesley Cottage is situated at Trewint near Launceston in Cornwall. It is where John Wesley, the founder of Methodism preached and rested.
Wesley Cottage provides a unique visitor experience set in an 18th Century Cottage and Chapel which is thought to be the smallest Methodist Preaching place in the world.
Visit the cottage and enjoy hearing the story of the first Methodist Preachers visiting Cornwall and calling at Wesley Cottage. See the ‘Wesley Room’ where John Wesley prayed and slept, with its display of 18th Century artefacts and enjoy a peaceful time of reflection in the tiny Chapel.
Trewint Altarnun, Launceston, Tel: 01566 880265, email, website
Closest town: Launceston
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