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Inchcruin is one of an island group just south of Luss. It is 3⁄4 mile (1.2 kilometres) long, and 50 feet (15 metres) in elevation at its highest point. Its name means "round island" in the Scottish Gaelic language, although it is not round, but a rather jagged shape. It has a couple of beaches, and is wooded, with some open fields.
In the 18th century it was used as an asylum for the insane. It contains one house, around 200 years old, which was inhabited in the past by people who farmed on the island. It is now a holiday retreat.
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- The National Records of Scotland (2013) referred to "Inchruin", which is presumably a typographical error.
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