|Scottish Gaelic: Clach Toll|
Clachtoll shown within the Sutherland area
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Clachtoll (Scottish Gaelic: Clach Toll) is a coastal fishing and crofting village, situated on the Bay of Clachtoll, on the north western edge of Scotland, in the ancient parish of Assynt. It is in the postal district of Lairg, Sutherland, Scottish Highlands (a larger village some fifty miles inland) and lies in the County of Sutherland and in the Scottish council area of Highland.
Its name derives from the Gaelic and refers to the very large broken rock (Gaelic: "clach" is "rock" and "toll" means "hole", "cavity" etc.) on the headland nearby.
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