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Dunkeld Cathedral is a Church of Scotland place of worship which stands on the north bank of the River Tay in Dunkeld, Perth and Kinross, Scotland. Built in square-stone style of predominantly grey sandstone, the cathedral proper was begun in 1260 and completed in 1501. It stands on the site of the former Culdee Monastery of Dunkeld, stones from which can be seen as an irregular reddish streak in the eastern gable.
Lovely pocket sized cathedral in beautiful wooded estate beside the River Tay. The tomb of The Wolf of Badenoch is within.
Best place for picnic. Views along river are stunning. Nice Pictish stone and painted ceiling.
Didn’t get a chance to wander inside (perhaps the renovation work put me off) but cathedral looks fantastic and grounds surrounding it are great. Approaching the cathedral from the riverside walk is recommended - a welcoming site. Looks even better on a sunny day - as I experienced it.
A stunning Cathedral set in nice well maintained grounds. You are able to walk around inside and view/read the history. The Cathedral is undergoing some repairs.
For those who like going to Cathedral’s and are in the area I would suggest that you go here! Though I am not the religious type of person this place has a great link to religion and the views from the church are amazing from the outside approach on a nice sunny day. When inside the atmosphere was just right for those wanting to worship and has a great pathway down to the river should you want to see the bridge. Worthy of a 5 star!
Would give it 4 but it is having renovation work done.
Beautiful grounds adjacent to River Tay. Worth a visit but check closing times first.
Must come. Super nice.
There is peace and quiet. :)
Visited on a Sunday evening (1730hrs), the gates to the ground were closed. Nice view from the outside tho.