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We have visited the Kirk four times now and each time we discover something new. The church is tiny. in a beautiful setting, and has something magical about it. We love this place and will visit again when we are in the area.
It’s hard to describe this church - very quirky and idiosyncratic is the best I can do. Built by a Scottish gentleman using bits and pieces he salvaged from elsewhere in the early 1900 - 1930 it mostly looks hundreds of years old outside (the...More
This beautiful, imposing Church is situated in Loch Awe village. I have been here three times and each time i go back, it improves. The first time was 20 years ago and it was dark, cold and damp, really spooky, especially going down to the...More
The architecture is simply stunning! Very beautiful church both inside and out. If it wasn't raining I would have explored more outside. Easy to find and even though parking is limited, you can always park by the roadside. A pity the coffee shop wasn't opened...More
This is a beautiful church on the edge of the loch with fabulous views.The outer courtyard is very pretty.
Look out for the interesting gargoyle on the west facing wall.
The church is being restored with care and attention to detail. It has lovely light...More
Beautiful church by the Loch side with a great history, well worth a visit. Coffee shop open till 3 but when we arrived at 2.30 a youngster rushed out and took in the open sign and closed the door...strange.
This church sits tucked away amongst honeysuckle and roses. Inside the numerous windows made the most of the sunshine that was struggling with the clouds outside.
My favourite part of the church was the bone fragment, supposedly from Robert the Bruce. That's my dads name...More
This is a lovely church, well worth a visit if in the Loch Awe area. It's beautiful inside, stunning in fact. You don,t need to be religious to appreciate this place. The architecture is unique. It's peaceful and the cloisters look medieval, but they arn,t,...More