Dunoon Burgh Hall
195 Argyll Street
Argyll PA23 7DD
Dunoon is a beautiful Victorian seaside town on the west coast of Scotland.
Situated on the Cowal peninsula overlooking the river Clyde, it is easy to reach by car or by public transport, and is ideally situated for day trips or short breaks.
How to get here
On foot or by bike:
Catch the train at Glasgow Central Station and connect directly with Cal Mac Ferries passenger service at Gourock Station. You can travel from Dunoon to Gourock in just one hour and ten minutes.
Drive to Gourock and take the Western Ferries service from McInroy’s point in Gourock. Dunoon town centre is a 5 minute drive from the ferry terminal at Hunters Quay. If you’re planning your journey in advance, you can buy discounted ferry tickets online from www.western-ferries.co.uk
Alternatively head north from Glasgow. along Loch Lomond side and then follow the A83 over the famous “Rest and Be Thankful” to the A815 turnoff for Dunoon. The journey from Glasgow City Centre to Dunoon Town Centre will take approximately 2 hours, but there are plenty of fabulous places to stop along the way!
There are no car park facilities onsite and limited parking spaces to the rear of the building however there are numerous public car parks within a short walking distance of the hall including:
- Moir Street Car Park a short walk via Church street
- Jane Villa Car Park which can be found further along Argyll Street
- Hanover Street Car Park a short walk to the rear of the building (please note this is uphill)