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All reviews the stained glass windows well worth a visit lovely building guy ritchie lots of history small town stone walls worth a quick visit andrew carnegie steeped in history across the road lovely place wedding century worship graveyard congregation
The cathedral is right in the centre of Dornoch and is well worth a visit. The building is constructed of the yellowish sandstone that is dominant in the area and the stained glass windows are fantastic.
superbly built by Gilbert and a place of worship for a 1000 years the windows and the general atmosphere make you appreciate that there might just be a God and the resident Minister convinces you with a cheeky smile too
Scotland is full of churches, cemeteries and castles. Some excellent, some old, some interesting, some historical and some a combination of all 4.
Dornoch Cathedral has an interesting past but one of the most quirky facts is that one of the tombstones was used during...More
We were staying locally and decided to visit this Cathedral where Madonna got married.
The stained glass windows are amazing.
There are brochures in multiple languages for visitors which is a nice touch.
What a gem! The Dornoch Cathedral is a t-shaped cathedral that had been rebuilt and modified several times. However, each time, the original flavor was maintained. Due to renovations, you can see the original stone pillars, as they were left exposed due to the history....More
Hi there - yes, there are services at 11:00am on Sunday mornings. The cathedral is a fully operational church, part of the Church of Scotland. I attended a wedding there (fabulous location), and the female minister is a hoot!