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Wemyss Bay: PA18 6ARColintraive: PA22 3APRegular trains to Wemyss Bay leave from Glasgow Central Station, and take 52 minutes.
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You can get to Wemyss Bay by bus from Glasgow, which takes about 1 hour 30 minutes, including a change at Greenock.
West Coast Motors operate regular services (Monday-Saturday) from Rhubodach, Portavadie, and Colintraive ferry terminals.
“This £2.5m investment is a clear statement of our confidence in the company and in our employees.
It also represents the next step in future proofing our business and service provision.” Civil engineers George Leslie Ltd won the contract following a competitive tender process earlier this year, and Arch Henderson as consultant engineers, which reunites the team that successfully upgraded Western Ferries’ terminals a decade ago.
The work ordered by Western Ferries (Clyde) Ltd, which operates the commercial vehicle and passenger ferry service between Gourock and Dunoon, will see the terminal at Mc Inroy’s Point, Gourock, upgraded with the replacement of the older berthing structure and a new 30m long linkspan.
A fares increase of 2.9% will be applied on 30 March 2018, under the terms of the Gourock – Dunoon contract. Season tickets are only available upon application to Gourock, as an ID photo has to be printed on the ticket.
The Cowal Way starts at Portavadie and is a 7 stage 90 km walk that runs the length of the Cowal peninsula and for those keen walkers it can link into both the Three Lochs Way at Arrochar and the West Highland Way at Inveruglas.
If you would like more information on walking in Cowal and Dunoon check out the Visit Cowal website. With its quiet country roads and wonderful scenery, Cowal and Dunoon is the ideal spot for families and cyclists to get out on their bikes.
Head round to Ostel Bay for the best beach in the area, or make your way to Benmore Botanic Gardens for its collection of giant redwoods, rhododendrons, and other rare plant species.
Don't miss the wildlife in Cowal: look out for red squirrels, red deer, otters, and the occasional bird of prey.
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