The honey coloured stone gives the cathedral a warm and welcoming look. In the centre of this small town, it has an interesting interior and a long history.
Serene, calm, peaceful are words that immediately come to mind. I attended the funeral of my old Uncle in the Cathedral and it was very moving. The organ is magnificient and played so beautifully. The stained glass windows, the stonework truly outstanding. You go back in time when you enter and yet it is so clean and modern. You feel... More
This church used to be a cathedral; it's now the Church of Scotland parish church. Originally built in the 13th century, what you see now is largely the result of work done in the 19th century by the Countess of Sutherland. To my mind, what makes this church special is the stained glass; just about every pane is coloured, all... More
liked the stained glass windows, and the overall appearance inside, and outside. check on the cathedral web site for more details.
The beauty & serenity of this cathedral was remarkable. 13th Century lovely stained glass windows . Glorious accustics - still used by locals . We loved it . Loved the grounds took quite some time exploring. Highly recommended
In comparison to other Cathedrals the one in Dornoch is small, but is very beautiful and well worth a visit. The building inside is shaped like a cross and has very beautiful stained glass windows. There is lots of information available inside written in different languages which is good for foreign visitors. During the summer months their is always someone... More
Lovely old building, owned by the Church of Scotland which of course means it doesn't have a cathedra but means it is still used and well maintained. The city is a lovely place to visit, a few miles off the main road but well worth the detour.
I attended a recent Sunday evensong in the cathedral, and was most impressed by the building, so much so that I visited it again the following day. It has a long history, and this can be found in several local publications. Another one of Scotland's "gems".
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