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Lochgoilhead

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Lochgoilhead is a small village situated at the northern end of Loch Goil, a sea loch running into Loch Long.

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The settlement developed in the 1750's with the arrival of Steamers in the clyde estuary. Set amidst magnificent west Highland scenery, this picturesque village is now a popular outdoor pursuits and holiday home centre. The ruins of Carrick Castle lie a few miles south of the village. This 15th century fortified tower house is of classic Scottish design and was once the hunting lodge of James IV.

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The settlement developed in the 1750's with the arrival of Steamers in the clyde estuary. Set amidst magnificent west Highland scenery, this picturesque village is now a popular outdoor pursuits and holiday home centre. The ruins of Carrick Castle lie a few miles south of the village. This 15th century fortified tower house is of classic Scottish design and was once the hunting lodge of James IV.

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