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Lochgoilhead

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Posted in All towns and villages Cowal

Lochgoilhead is a picturesque coastal village located at the northern tip of Loch Goil. One of the three sea lochs on the Cowal Peninsula, Loch Goil runs into Loch Long and is enclosed by steep mountains and forests, giving it…

Kilmun

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Posted in All towns and villages Cowal

Historic Kilmun is a small village located on the shores of the Holy Loch, just north of Dunoon on the beautiful Cowal Peninsula. In Scottish Gaelic, Kilmun is known as Cill Mhunna.

Ardentinny

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Posted in All towns and villages Cowal

Ardentinny is a small coastal hamlet located on the western side of Loch Long on the beautiful Cowal Peninsula. The deep dark lochs here, with their steep, often mountainous sides, provide dramatic scenery which makes this part of the National…

Arrochar

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Posted in All towns and villages Cowal

Arrochar is a rural settlement located at the head of Loch Long and nestled amongst the high mountains of the Arrochar Alps. The village is popular with mountaineers due to its excellent road and rail links and close proximity to…

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