St Conan's Kirk is located in the village of LochAwe in the parish of Glenorchy And Innishael in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. In a 2016 in Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland public poll it was voted one of the Top 10 buildings in Scotland of the last 100 years . It was established as a chapel of ease by the Campbells of Innis Chonan. The church is protected as a category A listed building.
It is renowned for the fragment of bone that is rumoured to have come from Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland.
Address A85, Lochawe PA33 1, United Kingdom
Coordinates 56°23'43.023" N -5°3'14.998" E