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From Glasgow, it is quickest to take one of the two ferry services approximately 45 minutes from Glasgow. Take the M8 and A8 heading for Greenock / Gourock. The ferry crossings available are in Gourock with Caledonian MacBrayne or slightly further down the coast at McInroy's Point with Western Ferries. When you arrive on the Cowal Peninsula, head for the old Kirk Square overlooking the Caledonian MacBrayne ferry terminal.
For those who do not enjoy sea crossings, there is a beautifully scenic car journey to discover Dunoon and The Braes. Travel west on the M8 motorway, taking the Erskine Bridge and then onwards on the A82 by Loch Lomond side north to Tarbet, signposted Crianlarich. In Tarbet, take the A83 to Arrochar and continue along the A83, turning off at Lochgoilhead or later via Glen Kinglas, turning off at Cairndow.
Buchanan Street Bus Station provides regular buses which stop at the Caledonian MacBrayne ferry terminal by Gourouck Train Station. The Caledonain MacBrayne ferries departs every 20 minutes. Bus timetables are provided at www.westcoastmotors.co.uk. The Braes is a short walk up Ferry Brae from the ferry terminal.
Glasgow Central Station operates regular trains to Gourock. The Caledonain MacBrayne terminal is by the train station where you can board the Caledonian MacBrayne ferry to Dunoon. The Braes is a short walk up Ferry Brae from the ferry terminal.