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St Conan's Kirk

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Robert the Bruce effigy at St Conan's Kirk

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Happened to be travelling to Argyll? Make sure you stop by St Conan's Kirk in Lochawe Village - it’s a quaint little church with a fantastic story. It was designed and built by Walter Campbell, a son who just wanted to save his mother the trouble of having to travel too far to visit the church in the next village.

Campbell was self-taught, so St Conan's Kirk has a truly unique architecture. There will be plenty of amazing features to discover as you walk around and explore. From a row of owls, to a hound waterspout chasing two hare water pipes, to a bone from Robert the Bruce - some of the things you’ll see will surprise you!

Feel free to spend a little longer in the gardens and soak in the amazing views of Loch Awe. If you’re visiting in the summer months, be sure to enjoy a treat at the atmospheric tea rooms.

  • Stunning architecture
  • Amazing views of Loch Awe
  • Lovely tea room in summer

Opening hours

Monday to Sunday 09:00 - 17:00

Closed during special events, check the attraction's website for details.



Lochawe Village,
Argyll and Bute,
PA33 1AQ,

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General Admission
Entrance by donation. Suggested £3.00 per person.


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