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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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An old church being lovingly refurbished

This is truly a beautiful building hidden in a very dark location. It has been lovingly restored... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Leonard M
via mobile
Beautiful!

I had only a brief visit to this lovely church overlooking Loch Awe. It is a photographer's dream... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
sussexborn
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Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
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A85/Saint Conan's Rd, Loch Awe PA33 1, Scotland
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is truly a beautiful building hidden in a very dark location. It has been lovingly restored by a local architect who is devoted to the Kirk. Parking is very limited.

Thank Leonard M
Reviewed 1 week ago

I had only a brief visit to this lovely church overlooking Loch Awe. It is a photographer's dream, unfortunately because of the weather I did not have my camera with me.

Thank sussexborn
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a surprise! We found this unexpectedly wonderful Kirk during a trip in Scotland. It makes it even more enjoyable as it is a bit hidden away alongside the Lochside road.

Thank yarewol
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Lpch Awe hotel where I was staying is situated on the main road with the main attraction being the stunning loch side location. The kirk is a short distance from the hotel and pavement walking and care crossing the road is essential. The kirk appears...More

Thank gillgreenwood
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is the last destination I added to my google maps before my trip to Scotland this summer. I found it by chance browsing the map trying to find if there`s anything to see between Oban and Kilchurn castle. I spotted a church on the...More

Thank Lea V
Reviewed August 11, 2017

Church built from a surfeit of interests, ideas and collected pieces of all sorts. An amalgam of symbols and styles that catch the eye. Definitely unique and worth a look.

Thank Travelyn103
Reviewed August 11, 2017 via mobile

Beautiful building set on the stunning Loch Awe. Stopped by to stretch the legs and get a minutes peace from the other half. Absolutely perfect location to relax. Lots of great history and information available too!

Thank KJM1987
Reviewed August 2, 2017

If you are passing through Loch Awe on the main Glasgow to Oban road do take a break to see the beautifull unusual church. It was built i believe in Victorian times by a wealthy man who built it for his mother. Some people would...More

Thank Kimbra B
Reviewed July 22, 2017

A wonderfully weird Kirk with a riot of styles. A great place to visit. We enjoyed the building and its eclectic interior, with an interesting back story - have a look-see.

Thank Alistair E
Reviewed July 20, 2017

This place was built in 1930 but in medieval castle style, so it does look and feels like an old castle. Beautiful location on the water, great place for pictures and finding out about the history of the surroundings.

Thank SingaSwiss
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