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There are two sea routes that will bring you to the Seafood Cabin.
Arran - Claonaig
Travelling from the Isle of Arran, CalMac  run a service from Lochranza to Claonaig.
When leaving the ferry at Claonaig, turn right and drive for approx 5 minutes to Skipness where you will find us just beyond the village. The Cabin and Castle are signposted.
Click below for the ARRAN to CLAONAIG timetable.
Bus Timetables
A bus service runs from Lochgilphead to Campbeltown, stopping at Skipness during the journey.
Click below for the BUS timetable.
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Continue on the A83 for around 5 minutes then turn left on to the B8001, signposted for Carradale and Skipness.
After a further 10 minutes, turn left on to the road signposted for Skipness and the Claonaig Ferry.

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There is a regular bus service from Glasgow to Lochgilphead and Campbeltown.

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Portavadie to Tarbert (CalMac)
Arran - Claonaig
You can travel from Dunoon to Portavadie by following the following route…………………..
Click below for the PORTAVADIE to TARBERT Timetable.
Open from Sunday 29th May 2016