This just happens to be the 500th Church Explorer Blog.
I only found out about Caebach Chapel from a Contractor cutting the grass less that an hour before hand. I never new about it or where it was till I looked at the map on my phone, as it was on my way back to my Caravan I thought it rude not to check it out
Some history I copied from Coflein "Caebach United Reformed Chapel was first built in 1717. This was rebuilt in 1804 in the Vernacular style of the long-wall entry type, on the original site. The building retains its contemporary front sash windows and nineteenth century door frame, as well as the complete box-pewed and candelabra interior of 1840. The chapel windows display a Byzantine influence. Caebach is now Grade 2 Listed."
If you do not have instruction or know where to go then you need to look out for this sign which is at the top of a dive that leads to the chapel, you cannot see it from the road
At the bottom of the drive on the left over a hedge is the chapel which faces north west
The chapel is not laid out like a church and this is the north east end
This end is the south west end
before going around to the south east side where there are a few burials and cremation memorials
Over to the right as you walk down the path you see these graves
Over to the left more headstones can be seen
Over near the boundary hedge
and at the end of the chapel
These may be old ones that are leant against the hedge that became detached
Looking back to the entrance
and across a plot towards chapel
The chapel is locked but I did get a couple of photos through the window which show the beautiful old box pews, the minister stands over to the left of the photo