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Home > Days Out> Historic Scotland > St Ninian's Cave
Address : Dumfries and Galloway, 
Website : St Ninian's Cave's Website
Group : Historic Scotland

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St Ninian's Cave

Children welcome at St Ninian's Cave
Cave traditionally associated with St Ninian

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Some child-friendly places to stay around St Ninian's Cave

Premier Inn - Whitehaven (36.26 miles)

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At Premier Inn we pride ourselves on comfort and quality. That's why each of our rooms have; a king-size bed (in most rooms), en-suite bathroom, Freeview TV and almost all have WiFi....


Some child-friendly days out around St Ninian's Cave

St Ninian's Chapel (3.55 miles)

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Restored ruins of a 13th-century chapel, probably used by pilgrims on their way to Whithorn...


Cardoness Castle (15.89 miles)

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A well-preserved six storey tower house of the McCulloch dating back to the 15th century....


Kirkmadrine Early Christian Stones (22.55 miles)

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Three of the earliest Christian memorial stones in Britain...