Wesley Cottage - Trewint - Historic Methodist Site
Wesley Cottage is situated at Trewint near Launceston in Cornwall. It is where John Wesley, the founder of Methodism preached and rested.
Visiting Wesley Cottage
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.
Complimentary Light Refreshments are normally available - and you can also browse the Bargain Bookstall.
For details of 'The Friends of Wesley Cottage' contact the Curator on 01566 880265
For a short-time only there is a special display to view both remembering the work of the Forces Chaplains in the First World War, and also helping us to consider the continued need for peace with information from the Methodist Peace Fellowship. There are also some interesting booklets reflecting upon the First World War which are available free to visitors. This display will only be on view until the end of October so we encourage you to visit soon.
We will be delighted to welcome you by prior arrangement. To organise a mutually convenient time for your visit please email: email@example.com or telephone: 07938 013 939
Summer Opening ( From 1st May to 31st October 2014 )
Wesley Cottage is open, Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 01566 880265
Please see the events page for details of other activities at Wesley Cottage.
Wesley Museum & Cottage