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St Blane's Chapel

Dunagoil | Kingarth, Rothesay PA20 9LX, Scotland
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Secluded ruins

Drive carefully down the track to get here then enjoy the view :) The ruins are intriguing but not... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Kirsty F
via mobile
Visited as part of a lengthy walk.

Interesting well maintained ruin. Provided good historical information. Linked info to other local... read more

Reviewed 2 August 2017
Sandra B
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Dunagoil | Kingarth, Rothesay PA20 9LX, Scotland
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Drive carefully down the track to get here then enjoy the view :) The ruins are intriguing but not spectacular but the scenery makes it well worth the detour off the main road!

Thank Kirsty F
Reviewed 2 August 2017

Interesting well maintained ruin. Provided good historical information. Linked info to other local sites.

Thank Sandra B
Reviewed 15 July 2017 via mobile

The walk starts in kilchattan bay and is appx 5 miles and should take around 2.5 hours or so. It can be quite challenging in parts but it is worth it. It is a circular walk so you do finish back in kilchattan bay. The...More

Thank Peter M
Reviewed 13 July 2017

You can go by car park at bottom of hill and a 10 minute walk - or like me you can do the walks - I have done the two walks the island trail 5 and last year island trail 3 - both enjoyable trail...More

Thank dunn_karen54
Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

This was interesting place to visit. You can drive most of the way and the a short walk which is sign posted with information placards explsining structures along the route. The walk is around 10 minutes from the road, but is up hill and may...More

Thank Susan D
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Beautiful ruined chapel in a truly stunning area of the island of Bute . There is a well kept path taking you up to the area . The grave yard and surrounding area are very well kept . Walk further up the hill to reach...More

Thank Steve K
Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

The views are stunning on the walk up to and at the top of the hill. There is a bench half way for those that need a wee seat. Its very Tranquil. Informative with many plaques dotted about both inside the church ruins and outside...More

Thank Mischka1954
Reviewed 8 June 2017

It is all that previous reviewers have said, peaceful, beautiful, tranquil and if the weather is pleasant just sit down and absorb the atmosphere and scenery. You will return.

Thank scottyguy
Reviewed 15 May 2017

Lovely tranquil position. Although a ruin there are plenty of informative plaques providing historical background.

Thank marilyn j
Reviewed 15 May 2017

A nice walk up the well sign posted grassy track, into the tree line, it was a very windy day when we were there and it felt like we could be blown away, but once into the 'bowl' where the site sits the wind softened....More

Thank Liz C
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Julie D
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Response from scottyguy | Reviewed this property |
Any place on Bute from Rothesay is really no more than about 15 miles but you will need either a car or bike to get there unless you like the walking. It is well worth the effort to go and experience the location. About... More
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