Tuesday, 20 February 2007
Lochgoilhead is a victorian village and small resort in Argyll, at the head of Loch Goil, an arm of Loch Long. The parish church is 18th century T-plan in form, but medieval in origin; restored 1957. The village has fine views to the south of Argyll’s Bowling Green, hills in the Argyll Forest Park. To the northwest is Hell’s Glen Pass leading to Loch Fyne and to the northeast the Rest and be Thankful pass.