Monday, 18 June 2012

Inchmahome Priory


Nestled on a tiny island in the Lake of Menteith, Inchmahome Priory has been a royal retreat as well as a monastery. Now maintained by Historic Scotland (the Scottish equivalent of English Heritage), and accessible only by boat, it's still a perfect place for quiet contemplation. As well as the atmospheric ruins of the priory itself, there are winding woodland paths by which you can trace a path around the island.








helen tilston said...

I am speechless at the beauty of Inchmahome Priory. One can feel the sacredness of the place.
I will put this on my list for sure.

Racheh thanks for a spectacular post

Anonymous said...

What an amazing place. These shots are fabulous.

Joyce Lansky said...

This looks like something cool out of a movie set. Thanks for sharing!

Jillian Nicole said...

Just the other day I was watching Journey to the center of the Universe 2 and said I would like to visit historic ruins. It think it is almost magical or extraordinary to be able to walk in the same path that others had walked many years ago. Just the building remains is evidence of a place where people once lived, loved and laughed. It truly is amazing.

Jacqueline said...

I love visiting the priory, it is so peaceful there and the boat ride is fun too :)

Rachel said...

Something else to add to the list of Things To Do in the UK - it looks lovely, although you seem to have had perfect weather for it!

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