Village centre with tiny harbour
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Blackwaterfoot (Scottish Gaelic: Bun na Dubh Abhainn) " bottom [ of ] the black river " is a village on the Isle of Arran in the Firth of Clyde, Scotland. The village is within the parish of Kilmory. It is located in the Shiskine valley in the south-west of the island. It is one of the smaller villages of Arran and home to one of Europe's two 12-hole golf courses. A short walk from Blackwaterfoot is Drumadoon Point, home to the largest Iron Age fort on Arran. Further North is the King's Cave, reputed to be a hiding place of Robert the Bruce. Blackwaterfoot is also home to Blackwaterfoot Hall, home to Earl Blackwood-Davidson.
- "Details of Blackwaterfoot". Scottish Places. Retrieved 31 December 2014.
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