PORT OF MENTEITH, STIRLING
Walter Comyn founded this Augustinian house in 1238, and it became famous as the retreat of the infant Mary, Queen of Scots in 1547. The ruins of the church and cloisters are situated on an island in the Lake of Monteith.
Facilities – at a glance
- Parking onsite
- Access to the boat by wheelchair users is dependant on their ability to get into & out of the boat themselves. Half of the church is accessible - presbytery, sacristy & warming house not suitable for visitors with limited mobility
- Opening Times: Open daily, Apr-Sep, 10-4.15; Oct, 10-3.15 (times reflect 1st & last outward sailings). Shop closes 12.30-1.30. Closed Nov-Mar. Check website for unexpected closures
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