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St Conan's Kirk

A85/Saint Conan's Rd, Loch Awe PA33 1 , Scotland
+44 1838 200298
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Beautiful Neo-Gothic Chapel

If you're going to The Hollow Mountain - or not - this is a lovely place to visit. It's not old... read more

Reviewed yesterday
GreyGrandad
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Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
A Surprise

IF you can park this is well worth a visit. Information available. Amazing inside, very... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
macfe7
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Worcester, United Kingdom
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A85/Saint Conan's Rd, Loch Awe PA33 1 , Scotland
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Reviewed yesterday

If you're going to The Hollow Mountain - or not - this is a lovely place to visit. It's not old, it was just made to look that way. Fascinating history, beautiful architecture. Lovely location beside Loch Awe. Free but you can make a contribution....More

Thank GreyGrandad
Reviewed 3 days ago

IF you can park this is well worth a visit. Information available. Amazing inside, very interesting history and the view of Loch Awe is beautiful.

Thank macfe7
Reviewed 1 week ago

Thinking it was a least 400 years old we were surprised to read f its completion in 1930....very interesting and beautiful

Thank lynflanders
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a really interesting Kirk with the most amazing view across Loch Awe. The building itself looks medieval but is surprising more recent. The architect has incorporated bits of other Scottish churches which were being demolished, as well as replicating some of their best...More

Thank Diane M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

very very pretty church over looking the loch, tranquil and well kept, good visitor information, sat in the garden and enjoyed the peace

Thank Tinaweena2014
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A nice place to take a break as you pass. A very old church built by a son for his mother, so she didn't have to travel far to church. Not in exceptional condition but still lovely.

Thank Pam D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

On the road to Oban came across this beautiful Kirk. Well worth stopping off to visit this old church. The history of the place is well documented. It is so peaceful, perfect place to reflect. Lovely seasonal opening tea room in the old gatehouse cottage....More

Thank bateson46
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

An inspiring building to explore, reflect and pray in. Built in the 1800's but incorporating beautiful features from an aray of different church designs, the building as a whole is a charming and uplifting revelation. I wish I could have spent a few hours exploring...More

Thank mezphoto
Reviewed 13 April 2017

There is a majestic beauty here that I cannot quite put into words. The years have not been kind to parts of it yet it has a serenity and presence that demands respect and admiration. It is beautiful and one of my favourite places in...More

Thank vicki06062016
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Absolutely loved St Conan's Kirk and could have sat there all day watching the water and the hills. Very romantic and worth lighting a candle and giving a donation!

Thank Rebecca L
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