Map and how to get there

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Airport Oban Connel 40 km
Ferry Cuan Ferry 5 km
Train station Oban 30 km
Car Car advised

Activities near Oban

Sports Water sports, Horse riding, Waterpark, Fishing
Great for Walking holidays, Rural or countryside holidays, Cycling holidays

How to get there

If you have a satnav put in the Cuan as a destination.Driving up through Glasgow at the Kingston Bridge allow three hours to the ferry at Cuan via A82 Crianlarich and then the A85 to Oban. (From Edinburgh you travel via Stirling M9, A84, A85 Crianlarich).From Oban, continue through the town and follow the A816 tourist route South (Lochgilphead, Campbeltown) 8 miles till you see the signs for the B844 to Cuan , Easdale and Luing. Travel down this single track road aprox.4 miles to Balvicar Bay. Immediately past Balvicar Bay follow the signs left for Cuan and Luing (B8003 South Cuan). When you have crossed over on the ferry (takes 5 minutes) follow the only road to the crossroads (aprox.1mile),TURN RIGHT at the Fire Station to Cullipool and follow the road right down past several houses and shop (aprox.1.5 miles) until you arrive at Cullipool Village. Go up through the first double row of white cottages, TURN LEFT then immediately TURN RIGHT and follow the road 50 yards to the end and Creagard is located on the right opposite the Village Hall. (Lifebelt hung on gable wall of cottage).Please make sure to allow plenty of travel time as the roads can get very busy during peak periods.