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All reviews lady chapel well worth a visit wild garlic hidden gem walk up small island stunning location i'm sure stained glass no doubt art class white walls grand piano quiet haven an amazing place a special place grounds
We had an excellent visit to this hidden jewel. it is a stunning location offering excellent care and attention from its friendly staff. The breakfast was second to none with fresh porridge on offer and tasty fresh fruit and cooked breakfast options . Nothing was...More
We visited the Cathedral of the Isles whilst on a bike ride around Cumbrae.
What a lovely quiet and special haven this is.
You can enter the cathedral by the main entrance or through the lady chapel. The cathedral is the smallest in the UK,...More
This attraction is worth the short walk up from the main street. It's not far from the Garrison House Museum. The entrance and walk up to the Cathedral give you that "back in time" feeling. The day I visited they had signs up for a...More
Not well signed- look for the spire rising above the trees. A quiet haven from the hubbub of Millport with its push bikes & bustle. No piped music, just peace & quiet and a very interesting building. Pick up the 'brief guide' leaflet. Sit outside...More
We spent quite a bit of time wandering through the various rooms and the grounds. They have some sweet memorabilia and a little honesty coffee bar set up. It looks like there a cafe too much it wasn't open.
Make sure you go to the...More