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Lovely church with plenty of History , very close to the Loch and the Loch Awe Hotel , fantastic views more »
Architecture fanatastic, set in the most amazing setting with views over the very beautiful Loch Awe. The inside of the Kirk is a real treat, with fantastic windows a real hidden diamond. Very peacefu... more »
St Conan's Kirk was recommended by our Inveraray BNB host and was an amazing gem along the roadside. A chapel built by a son for a mother who could no longer make it to the family church. It is an exa... more »
Stopped off here on the way to Oban, beautiful, quaint church, it's a mixture of several styles and is much more modern than it may seem being first open for worship in 1930, there's beautiful architecture, wood panelling as well as stained glass windows as well as a stunning effigy of Robert The Bruce and a small chamber underneath containing one of his bones.
Loved this place it was absolutely beautiful and so peacefully, we had the place to ourselves. Free entry but a collection box is there for donations for the restoration of the building.
Much more interesting than it looks from the road, definitely recommend stopping there.
A modern ruin that feels much more aged than it might suggest! Drippy drafty interior will have you thinking you are a baron of yesteryear
Truly a place of stunning architecture. A must visit if yer close by.
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