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We visited this beautiful historic church after driving down the atmospheric Golden Road. The church is in a beautiful setting with a very impressive tomb for the 8th Chief of the Clan MacLeod and the stories surrounding this chief are very entertaining making this attraction...More
Sometimes some places just feel special. This church is certainly that. A quaint, small chapel that has been on the site in some form or another for nearly 500 years with a significant role in the Macleod clan history. The chapel is also host to...More
Beautifully preserved & set in a great location. Lots of information available too on the church and the Macleod clan. Do go up in the tower and explore the graveyard too. A piece of history well preserved & worth making the trip for. Limited car...More
The church is undergoing repairs at the moment, so there's a bit of temporary fencing that detracts from the ambiance but the kirkyard and surrounding landscape are beautiful. Look for the commonwealth war graves.
We were alone in this church to view the stonework and coffins. It is eerie and quite melancholic. Note it is free and appears to be open all the time, whereas some guide books have it closed on Sundays.