Wander the tranquil grounds of a simple parish church built in the late 1200s or early 1300s.
St Mary’s Kirk at Auchindoir is a rare survival. Although built simply, like other parish churches of this date, it preserves some fine architectural details.
This includes a fine example of a sacrament house – a cupboard for storing the wafer believed to become the body of Christ during mass. This was likely added in the early 1500s.