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All reviews historic scotland lovely ruin old trees information boards grave stones worth a visit mary queen of scots beautiful ruins piece of history sense of peace banks of the river lots of history short stop high street kenneth mackenzie old church small town
Old ruins in old town, several giant trees, old tombs. The Abbey wasn't luxury even in its best times, not grandiose complex as others famous abbeys. Quiet short philosophic walk through the history, but not worth to come here specially.
This attraction is situated in the centre of one of Scotlands most attractive villages, Beauly. With it being a free destination; it is a great place on a warm day and when you have a bit of time to walk around the village.
Situated in the centre of the attractive village of Beauly, the remains of this priory aren’t particularly expansive, but there is enough of the building left to provide interest, and the very good information boards outline both its functions and historical importance.
Small, but very old. This is what's left --- the ruins of a big priory, remarkably well preserved in such a damp climate! The graves are also interesting and there is no charge, so you walk round freely, absorbing the peaceful atmosphere. You may be...More
We visited here 8 years ago and is definitely a nice place to see and walk around. It is quite small so it won’t take long to see it al but there are plenty of places to see in Beauly or even walk down by...More
The explanatory boards are rather short on context, so they tend to raise more questions than they answer. The whole place is not well maintained, so it all feels run down, as if nobody much cares about the poor old place.