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Dailly

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Dailly parish lies in a broad open valley about two miles wide through which runs the River Girvan. In the area are the castles and estates of Killochan, Bargany, Dalquharran, Penkill and Kilkerran.

The parish contains extensive upland areas extending to Kirkoswald and Barr parishes as far as the summit of Kirriereoch and the northern shores of Loch Moan.

The eastern end of Dailly parish reaches as far as Kirkmichael and Straiton parishes and to the west it is bounded by the parish of Girvan, which like Barr was once part of Dailly parish.

Two roads between Maybole and Girvan run through the parish of Dailly, one on the north side of the river and the other on the south. Both of these roads follow the valley, which is well wooded, and give picturesque views of the hill areas on either side of the River Girvan.

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