Inchcruin Island - Loch Lomond
"The Round Island"
The name Inchcruin comes from the Gaelic for 'Round Island' but it certainly is not round.
The island is large and mostly wooded. It has several small beaches and is approachable by boat.
A solitary house, surrounded by open fields, is approximately 200 years old and lies on the site of an even earlier house. These fields were previously farmed and the house would have been home to various families throughout the years. It is now used as a private holiday retreat.