If church walls could talk, each would reveal a fascinating and unique history.
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Is your accommodation search spiralling out of control? Got an over-arching love of stained-glass? Staying in a converted Scottish church might be just the ticket for you.
Churches, also known as kirks in Scotland, are just one type of accommodation that you can stay in linked to Scotland’s religious history. You could stay in a former country abbey, city centre church, a traditional manse which was once home to a church minister, or even in a working cathedral on an island.