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Lochgoilhead (Ceann Loch Goibhle in Gaelic) is situated on the northern shores of Loch Goil, where the Goil river flows into the loch from nearby Ben Donich and Beinn Bheula in the Arrochar Alps. It is a small village of 300-400 people, its remote location in the Argyll Highlands make it a popular retreat for those wishing to sample breathtaking natural scenery, causing the population to double during the summer months. Lochgoilhead became an established settlement in the 1750's with the arrival of Steamers in the Clyde estuary. These eventually caused Lochgoilhead to become a holiday destination and the steamer services ran up until 1946.

The Lochgoilhead area is rich in things to offer the visitor. Within the village there are shops, a post office, hotels, restaurants - even a golf course and health club offering swimming, suana, and gymnasium facilties.

We also have some fabulous walks which are suitable from beginner to advanced level walkers. Dogs are also welcome on these walks but are best kept on a leash.

There are two outdoor education centres in the village, The Lochgoilhead National Activity Centre and Ardroy Outdoor Education Centre.

If you should require replenishment of red diesel or fresh water, we have these facilities too.

Loch Goil
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