Designed by William C Joass and built 1888-90 as part of the development of Strathpeffer as Britain’s most northerly spa. Built of red sandstone in Arts & Crafts Gothic. A rectangular building with side aisles and balcony to the rear; the chancel extends from the nave under a low roof.
Sunday 11.00 am
Open by arrangement
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