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St Blane's Chapel

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If you travel to the south on Bute, then it is well worth setting aside 1-2 hours to visit St.Blane's Church. Gentle walk up from the car park to this ancient place of worship which dates back to over 800 years ago. Lots of information boards plus spectacular views across to
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Just a short walk from the car park along the side of a field and through a tight wee gate. Bit muddy and wet underfoot after rain, but still worth the effort
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We called here a few. Days ago. Easy enough climb up the hill to the chapel. Fascinating to see all the gravestones that can still be read after all these years.
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A bit out of the way so can be a bit difficult to find but well worth it. Really interesting and well worth the effort to get to.
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We have been to a lot of religious places, both currently in use and ancient, but for location this beats them all. Steeped in history with magnificent views and an aura of magic. Not for people with reduced mobility.
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