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karen h wrote a review Aug 2019
Warrington, United Kingdom22 contributions
Better than the stones at kilmartin church. The crucifix is the best of the bunch. It has a hunting scene on the reverse
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Cuddles1965 wrote a review Jul 2019
Lochgilphead, United Kingdom74 contributions28 helpful votes
Long single track road to get here but worth it! Tiny ruined chapel with beautiful preserved grave stones with explanation cards. I was the only on there so had time to just sit and contemplate.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Robert D wrote a review Feb 2019
Lochgilphead, United Kingdom6 contributions3 helpful votes
Lovely little chapel.well explained and interesting in a beautiful setting.road not great getting there and back though.typical shocking state of the road.not very welcoming to tourists.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Greig M wrote a review Dec 2018
Glasgow, United Kingdom122 contributions30 helpful votes
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Absolutely love the place, use to spend my younger years up there and the beach next to the chapel is stunning. White sands an crystal clear waters. The chapel is so lovely and has amazing pieces of history inside. Really worth a visit.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Dougie C wrote a review Jul 2018
19 contributions7 helpful votes
If you like your history don't miss this trip back in time. The small chapel has been restored and filled with many of the ancient stones and tomb lids from the surrounding area. Plenty of information is displayed inside to give you an understanding of the significance of the amazing stone carvings. Step back outside and look across the sound of Jura to the island of Jura which stretches across your horizon and becons you to visit on your next trip. Once you have enjoyed the history of the chapel walk back down to the single track road and walk to the end of the road and if your lucky you may see otters heron and other wildlife enjoying life in this beautiful and peaceful part of the world.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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