It is easy to overlook because of surrounding vegetation, but the ruin of St Maol-luag’s Chapel, also sometimes known as St Moluag’s Chapel, stands on the north side of the public road that runs behind the grounds of Raasay House. Entry to the surrounding graveyard is via a gate near its south west corner, and once inside you find yourself on a steeply sloping site with a remarkably tranquil atmosphere. Nowhere on Raasay could really be called “bustling”, but even on this island the chapel and graveyard feel like an oasis of calm.Phone: +
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