We are at the Start of the Kintyre Way

Our Location

Dunaverty Rock Self Catering Accommodation

Southend

Mull of Kintyre

SCOTLAND

PA28 6RW

We are located in the picturesque south coast of the Kintyre Peninsula,  8 miles south of Campbeltown. Travelling by car, bus or on foot is straight forward and links for flight and ferry details are listed below.

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By Car/Bicycle:

The last turning on the left as you pass through Southend is signposted to the Dunaverty Golf Course (as pictured below). Follow this track through the golf course, and we are located at the end of the track.

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By Bus:

West Coast Motors provides regular services from Glasgow to Campbeltown and also from Campbeltown to Southend. The bus terminates at the other side of Dunaverty Bay, or you could disembark in the village of Southend. The decision depends entirely upon whether you would prefer a short walk along the beach or through Dunaverty Golf Course. Details on West Coast Motors timetables and fares can be found at www.westcoastmotors.co.uk or by phoning them on 01586 552319.

By Sea:

Caledonian MacBrayne provide a service from Ardrossan to nearby Campbeltown during the summer months which travels via the Isle of Arran on certain days. For the latest time tables please visit their website at www.calmac.co.uk

Kintyre Express also offers a high speed charter ferry from Troon on the Ayrshire coast to Campbeltown with takes 55 minutes. The also travel between Northern Ireland and Campbeltown. Their website can be found at www.kintyreexpress.com

By Air:

Campbeltown Airport is serviced twice daily by flights from Glasgow International by flybe. Timetables, fares and booking information can be found on their website at www.flybe.com/cheap-flights/campbeltown

On Foot:

Many of our visitors arrive having just completed the Kintyre Way – an 87 mile walkway which criss-crosses the Kintyre Peninsula. We are situated just a few yards from the very last way-marker. This “7th stage” is particularly memorable as it meanders round an extremely remote and otherwise inaccessible part of Kintyre, characterised by ominous cliffs, an abundance of wildlife, and breath-taking views of the Atlantic Ocean and world-famous Mull of Kintyre, often clad in a silken mist. This route is represented by the red markers on the map below, and more information can be found at www.kintyreway.com/machrihanish-dunaverty.php

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