Dating from around the 14th century, although the foundations are thought to be earlier, this small Celtic Chapel measures 7 m X 5 m and its presumed it had no roof. Along the sides are the stone seats, and at the eastern end is a low granite alter. In the South Western corner is a stone well basin where water from Madron Well flows in. This water was thought to contain healing properties. A visit to this site is a humbling experience with an air of reverence, peace and tranquility.