We are approximately three hours’ drive from Glasgow. The most direct route is by the A82 to Tarbet on Loch Lomond, then the A83 via Inverary and Lochgilphead.
There is a seasonal ferry service that operates between Ardrossan and Campbeltown throughout the season from the 28th of April - 25th of September follow the link to the Calmac website below for information on timetables and prices.There is also a ferry service from Ardrossan in Ayrshire to Brodick in Arran that takes approximately 50 minutes. From here, drive to Lochranza and board the seasonal ferry that runs to Claonaig on the Kintyre peninsula. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes. There are also ferry links from Gourock to Dunoon and Portavadie to Tarbert. A passenger ferry also operates between Campbeltown and Ballycastle in Northern Ireland.Please see www.calmac.co.uk or www.western-ferries.co.uk for further information.
There are four daily services departing from Buchanan Street Bus Station in Glasgow between the hours of 9:15am and 6:00pm, Monday to Friday. On weekends there are five services departing from 6:35am until 6:00pm. Journey time is approximately 4 hours 15 minutes.For more information and reservations, please look at the Citylink website.
There is a regular service from Campbeltown to Machrihanish from 7.15am to 10.15pm, Monday to Saturday.
For more information, please see Westcoast Motors Campbeltown to Machrihanish Timetable.
National Cycle Network Route 78 runs to Campbeltown with a pleasant 5-mile cycle from Campbeltown to Machrihanish thereafter.
Machrihanish is on the Kintyre Way which runs from Tarbert to Southend. Check www.kintyreway.com for further information.
Flybe operate flights from Glasgow to Campbeltown Monday to Friday. The flight takes around 40 minutes and arrives in Machrihanish Airport.
For more information check www.flybe.com