Chapel Of Rest

At A White & Sons Ltd, we have a chapel of rest where relatives and friends of the deceased can bid their final goodbyes. For many, saying farewell to their loved one prior to burial is a comforting experience. However, if you would prefer to remember your loved one as they were in life, we will respect your wishes. Our chapel has a soothing and tranquil atmosphere and you are welcome to personalise the room with bouquets, photos or other items that hold sentimental value. Viewing your loved one in a comfortable and dignified setting means that your last glance of them can be a pleasant memory and may also help with closure. If you think that seeing your loved one in a coffin would be too overwhelming, we can lay them in a comfortable bed for your visit.

Private Chapel Of Rest Visitations

Visitations to our chapel of rest are welcome during office hours, though it is important that you let us know in advance which day and time you wish to visit. Our pleasant private family rooms will allow you to reflect on the life of your loved one in peace. If you would like any additional information on our chapel of rest, then please do not hesitate to get in touch. At all times we will treat your loved one with respect, so you can rest assured that they are in good hands.

Suitable For All Faiths

Our private chapel of rest is suitable for visitors of all faiths. If you would like for there to be particular religious symbols present at your time of visit, we can arrange these for you. Alternatively, if you are non-religious, we can adjust the chapel accordingly. It is our priority to ensure that all visitors feel entirely at ease in their surroundings, so that they can pay their respects. If you would like any additional information, get in touch today.

Call A White & Sons Ltd

Call A White & Sons Ltd today if you would like to know more about our chapel of rest in Crediton. We offer a respectable and pleasant environment in which you can say your final farewells and reflect on precious memories from when your loved one was alive.

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