Shandon Chapel

The Chapel and Library were begun in 1993 and represent ancient church design from Mexico, Spain and France. It was also designed to accommodate artifacts acquired from the William Randolph Hearst collection.

Pacific Post & Beam was the general contractor for this project and was also trusted to install the 13th-century Moorish polychrome wood ceiling over the nave.

Chapel Hill is a private chapel just outside of Shandon, Ca., 18 miles east of Paso Robles.  

Shandon chapel on chapel hill viewed from McMillan canyon roadpathway and arched to Shandon ChapelShandon chapel as sun setsShandon chapel from the hill behindShandon chapel bell tower The chapel was designed to frame this 14th century spanish ceiling14th century spanish ceiling detaileuropean marble window frame as fireplace surround  european marble window frame behind Marry statueRedwood river of life pattern passage door with marble door surround 20th century rose windowgilded corbel serves as a wall sconceRedwood river of life pattern chapel doors can be opened to outdoor crowds