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A 13th century chapel in Dunblane that lay hidden beneath mud and undergrowth for many years has been painstakingly restored. Its trappings and church items, from books of worship to communion vessels, had surrendered to time, the identity of the body buried beneath a table alter similarly lost. The chapel is open as a visitor attraction, place of contemplation and even marriage venue. It is situated within the grounds of Old Churches House. Entry is free.
Dunblane Senior Citizens (DSC) has an office in Old Churches House. DSC runs a monthly coach trip for Senior Citizens
from April to September; they are all on a Tuesday - usually the last Tuesday of the month. Check the 'What's On' Calendar
Chimes House is located in Cathedral Square adjacent to Old Churches House.
It is available as a large self catering apartment with a modern kitchen, open plan lounge and dining and a TV den.
Chimes House sleeps up 10 adults and a further 2 children over the two floors.