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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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Hidden place worth the stop

This place was built in 1930 but in medieval castle style, so it does look and feels like an old... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
SingaSwiss
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Singapore, Singapore
What a gem to visit, stunning!

Found St Conan's Kirk by accident and what a stroke of luck. It is simply stunning inside and out... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Alimw5
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Birmingham, United Kingdom
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A85/Saint Conan's Rd, Loch Awe PA33 1, Scotland
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Reviewed 3 days ago

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
Reviewed 4 days ago

Found St Conan's Kirk by accident and what a stroke of luck. It is simply stunning inside and out and a must see. It even has a wee cafe for hot drinks and cake next door.

Thank Alimw5
Reviewed 1 week ago

I don't think this church is on the main menu of commercial large scale tours, but our driver/guide recommended it and was a great stop. Not particularly old, but beautifully designed. Great views overlooking Loch Awe. Please ask your driver if you can pay a...More

Thank Staten_Islander
Reviewed 1 week ago

The kirk was only a short distance from our hotel. The coach driver stopped especially for us to visit. It is very interesting. Not really old, but built to look old with lots of unusual features. Lovely view over Loch Awe. Statue of Robert the...More

Thank NorfolkTish
Reviewed 1 week ago

St Conan's Kirk is nothing other than a church, built on loch Awe side in the early eighteen hundreds but that is where all similarity with other churches ends. Firstly it is remote, quiet and rarely busy even in the tourist season and few know...More

Thank Raymond W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a nice, quiet place, with great architecture and very few tourists. It's way bigger inside than it looks from the outside.

Thank Tom S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We passed this church on our way to Oban from Loch Awe and decided to stop in on our way home. It is an interesting eclectic mix of styles which make up the church as it stands today. There was an art competition/exhibition by the...More

Thank babymac
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

In june we visited this lovely and very interesting kirk. It looks relatively old, but when I asked how old it was, I was told that it was built somewhere around 1826. That was quite a surprise. Robert the Bruce's statue attracts attention with his...More

Thank Ivana M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you are a fan of the majesty of an old kirk, this spot will be just for you. I was glad to see they are doing some renovations to keep this spot in good shape. The Robert the Bruce effigy is heart-breakingly beautiful, with...More

Thank Ellen S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Lovely, very old church just along the road from Loch Awe hotel. Well worth a visit. Wonderful stone construction.

Thank Lionel W
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