Inchmahome Priory, Port of Menteith

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  • We went there on a sunny day and it was so beautiful. Too bad that there were fences, but totally understandable because it still is a work of art and should be protected from too many tourists! I lov...  more »
  • Inchmahome Priory is a magical place, steeped in 800 years of history. We loved wandering around the grounds, trying to imagine what life would have been like. The buildings are in ruins but are still...  more »
  • A short boat ride over to the island. Where there is are beautiful remains of the priory where Mary Queen of Scots was kept during the 'rough wooing' by Henry VIII. Somebody else saw an osprey and a c...  more »
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  • Beautiful surroundings, amazingly tranquil, simply stunning place on a summers day. Even on a typically Scottish day it is very pleasant and the boat trip out to the island really makes it special. Definitely a bit of a hidden gem. The staff are also fantastically helpful, knowledgeable and interesting to chat with. You should take a picnic and if the weather is really nice some swimwear or just paddle if you aren't willing to brave the water.
  • Very tranquil, beautiful little island and great for a day out and a picnic with good weather.
  • Thoroughly enjoyable, kid and dog friendly trip, starts with a lovely boat ride across the lake to a very quiet and peaceful island, The priory remains are interesting but we stayed for ages just enjoying the peace and quiet. The staff on the boat and in the gift shop are really nice, friendly and knowledgeable. Great value for money with the ferry boat included in the entrance cost (£5.50 per adult). It's a small island, takes about 15 minutes to walk right round then you can just sit, soak in the history and admire the wonderful views in every direction. Best combined with a trip to Aberfoyle, Callender or maybe the Agaty red kits at Doune for a full day out.
  • Worth the visit... Too bad most of the ruins are surrounded by fences at the moment.
  • Lovely place, i've been there three times, really beautiful. It's a good place to make a picnic :P