Travel to FyneFest

First things first – the festival address is: Fyne Ales, Achadunan, Cairndow, Argyll, PA26 8BJ.

The festival takes place on the Fyne Ales brewery estate, part of a scenic glen at the head of Scotland’s longest sea loch. Getting to FyneFest isn’t too challenging and when you get here to enjoy all the beer, food and music on offer!

Travel By Car

If travelling by car, put the above address in your phone/sat nav and you shouldn’t have any trouble getting to the FyneFest 2018 site!

The drive from Glasgow is just over an hour, taking you along the beautiful Loch Lomond-side road and through the hills or Argyll, including Rest And Be Thankful.

If you’re bringing a car, be sure to book a Car Park Pass (£3) at the same time as your ticket!


Travel by bus

Glasgow FyneFest Bus Service

Each year, we try and make getting to and from the festival as easy as possible with plenty of parking space, local buses for those in Argyll and the final feature – coaches running from Glasgow directly to the festival!

We’ll be announcing details of this year’s Glasgow-FyneFest Bus Service soon!

Local Minibus Service

Fyne Ales will once again be operating a local minibus service each day during the festival to the following areas: Inveraray, Furnace, Strachur, Lochgoilhead, Arrochar, Cairndow.

Local Minibus details and ticket information will be available soon.

For anyone wishing to travel to the festival to and from Dunoon, local taxi service, Taxi George, is our official travel partner for groups coming to or from the area.

Commercial Bus Services

West Coast Motors and Citylink run bus services to the area from Glasgow, Oban and Campbeltown. Buses generally stop within walking distance of the festival site. See Traveline Scotland for more.