Bishops' Loch

A lochan in E Aberdeenshire, the Bishops' Loch lies 2 miles (3 km) northeast of Dyce. Anciently known as Loch Goul, it gains its modern name from the Bishops of Aberdeen who once resided at the Bishops' Manor on a small island in the loch, the ruins of which can still be seen. The Bishops' Loch forms a Site of Special Scientific Interest with Lily Loch and Corby Loch to the east.

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