Whether you prefer an uplifting stay or a quiet kirk, there’s sure to be a former church to suit your style. A fantastic way to experience Scotland’s history, staying in a church is sure to be an unforgettable experience. Often these renovations honour aspects of the original architecture and character from bygone days. Sensitively and tastefully renovated, these conversions allow you to enjoy the comforts of a modern hotel with an individual and historical twist.
Spacious and bright, you’ll find features to make your stay really enjoyable; from colourful stain glass windows and exposed beams, to flat screen TVs and modern fitted kitchens. Renovated churches can also be found in a number of stunning locations across Scotland and usually with particularly spectacular views.
Boasting magnificent, breathtaking views over Lerwick Harbour and the Island of Bressay, 4 Chapel House is ideally positioned for exploring the fascinating Shetland Islands. With a living room with two leather settees, LCD TV with Freeview TV and full height cathedral windows, you are ensured fabulous sea-views in a comfortable setting.
The Old Church at Tyndrum is situated on the edge of the location of the Battle of Dalrigh in 1306, fought by Robert the Bruce, and also close to St Fillans Priory and the Holy Pool which was long regarded as possessing healing properties. The area is noted for its peaceful atmosphere and the variety of activities on offer, including bird watching, fishing, Munro bagging and sailing.
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