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Blarghour Farm , Loch Awe , Argyll , Scotland
Scotland

On the East side of Loch Awe near Ardchonnell you can find Blarghour Farm . From here , you have stunning views looking over Loch Awe .

There are many sights to see nearby including several waterfalls , Ardchonnell Castle ruins and a vast range of wildlife including deer , buzzards , otters and many more .

Kilchurn Castle isn't too far off as is the Cruachan power station (aka The Hollow Mountain) Here you can take a tour of the station which includes a drive for about 1 kilometre into the mountain itself .

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