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Dunkeld is older and even a little prettier than Pitlochry and it's cathderal sitting up on the banks of the River Tay is a beauty of a place to visit.
So much history - they have a little museum now plus the impressive 14th century...More
Set on the River Tay, Dunkeld Cathedral was started in 1260 as the stone structure we see now. Prior to that, as early as the 6th and 7th centuries, impermanent structures were built.
There is history galore here: the Battle of Dunkeld was fought here...More
Dunkeld Cathedral is set in its own grounds with the River Tay to one side. It is currently undergoing renovation but nevertheless worth visiting. The stained glass window in the East wing is beautiful. the cathedral`s construction began in 1260 and was completed in 1501;...More
This is our second visit to the quant and interesting village. The little houses leading to the beautifully ornate fountain are historically important. Now owned by the Sottish National Trust, the are still inhabited. The Cathedral is still under repair to stabilise it and is...More
This is lovely little Cathedral with a surprising amount of history to be seen. Dunkeld itself is a sweet little town and a walk through to the Cathedral gates and into the pleasant grounds is well worth an hour of your time. We were fortunate...More
Few tourists around. A picturesque cathedral, partially in ruins, surrounded by the wet bright green grass. Next to the sound of a flowing river and the constant drop of a light rain. What a lovely place.