Guests at the Dunalastair Hotel Suites in Kinloch Rannoch are well served by a number of local churches within easy reach of your Scottish holiday apartments.

The Old Church, Kinloch Rannoch

Less than half a mile’s walk over the River Tummel from the Dunalastair Hotel Suites, this historic church sits at the foot of Perth’s majestic hills and countryside.

Designed by architect and stonemason Thomas Telford as part of the famous ‘Telford Church,’ and first built in 1829, the church is still in operation today as part of the Church of Scotland.

Services take place at 11.30am every Sunday, and the church is open daily from 10am for visits and worship.

Other Church of Scotland churches near Kinloch Rannoch

Along with the local Old Church of Rannoch, Church of Scotland services are held at the following venues:

  • Foss Kirk, Tummel Bridge, approximately 15 minutes’ towards Pitlochry – Evening Service at 7pm on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month (May to September) / Afternoon Service at 2.30pm on the 1st Sunday of the month (October through April). Open daily for visits and worship.
  • Braes of Rannoch Parish Church, Bridge of Gaur, approximately 25 minutes’ drive along the banks of Loch Rannoch – Service at 9.45am every Sunday. Open daily for visits and worship.

All Saints Episcopal Church, Kinloch Rannoch

Less than a two minute walk from the Dunalastair Hotel Suites in the heart of Kinloch Rannoch, this awe-inspiring Gothic church from the late 1800s is well worth a visit, even if only to marvel at the incredible architecture and detailed designs.

Services take place at 10.30am every week from Palm Sunday through to the last Sunday in October. During the winter and spring months, services are held only on the first Sunday of the month from November through to the following April.

St Fillan’s Episcopal Church, Killin

An hour’s drive from your Scottish holiday accommodation in Perthshire, this Victorian Era church provides both Scottish Episcopal and Roman Catholic services.

Based in the scenic village of Killin, St. Fillan’s was originally developed as a place of worship for those on shooting parties organised by the 7th Marquis of Breadalbane, but today serves as a hub of local life in this charming Perthshire village.

Scottish Episcopal services begin at 9.45am in the summer months and 11.15am during the winter.

Roman Catholic services begin at 2.30pm throughout the year.

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