Lochgilphead attractions

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Lochgilphead highlands of ScotlandLochgilphead stands at the head of Loch Gilp, a short loch leading north west from Loch Fyne. Lochgilphead was first laid out as a planned settlement in about 1790, only a few years after the completion of the road from Inveraray to Campbeltown.

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Attractions Kilmory Castle Gardens, Lochgilphead, Argyll PA31 8RT. Tel: 01546 - 602127. These historic gardens stand in the attractive grounds of Kilmory Castle. The gardens still retain many rare trees and shrubs including fine rhododendrons and recent restorations include herbaceous borders and collections of hardy ferns and alpines. The gardens form part of Kilmory Woodland park which also offers a network of woodland walks linking a lochside picnic area, bird hide, superb viewpoints and archaeological sites. About 3 miles south of Lochgilphead.

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