On the shore of the Lake of Menteith, a church built in 1878 to designs by John Honeyman on a site of earlier churches with medieval connections. Simple rectangular plan, Gothic-style, with square tower containing carillon of eight bells. Remarkable trefoil window by Stephen Adam. Surrounded by a graveyard and a few minutes’ walk from the ferry to Inchmahome where the ruined 13th-century Augustinian Priory may be visited.
Open every weekday 2.00-4.00 pm in July and August
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