Travelling by Car / Van / Minibus

If you plan to take the car ferry to get to Dunoon, Western Ferries is the only provider.  It's cheaper to buy a ticket before you get on the ferry.  The nearest outlet to the terminal to buy tickets on the day is: Paul’s Food & Wine, 94 Shore Street, Gourock PA19 1RB or go on-line. 

The ferry departs from McInroy's Point, Gourock PA19 1BA to Hunters Quay, Dunoon PA23 8HL

NB. The Western ferry terminal is right in front of the Royal Marine Hotel.

The passenger ferry terminal is right beside the Gourock train station. Calmac is the service provider to Dunoon and arrives beside the main marquee for the Saturday and Sunday events. 

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Travelling BY AIR

Glasgow International Airport is just 25 miles from Dunoon.  On arrival at the airport, you can pre-book a cab to  transport you to the Gourock passenger ferry terminal for approximately £35-40.

Alternatively, you can take a short taxi ride or bus from the airport to Paisley Gilmour Street Train Station and take one of the regular trains to Gourock (approx 30 mins). 

Gourock Train Station and the passenger ferry terminal are in the same complex.  Argyll Ferries (Calmac) is the service provider to Dunoon. 

Travelling BY TRAIN

Glasgow Central Station is the terminal for the Gourock line.  

Gourock Train Station and the passenger ferry terminal are in the same complex.  Argyll Ferries (Calmac) is the service provider to Dunoon. 


For those just attending the Saturday events - the Queens Hall event will finish in time to catch the passenger ferry and train to Glasgow Central and arrives back in Glasgow just after midnight.

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Punk On The Peninsula has partnered with the following establishments to provide discounted rates for the festival, make sure you mention you are attending Punk on the Peninsula when arranging the booking always quote discount code POTP22.



Address: 251 Marine Parade, Kirn, Dunoon PA23 8HJ
Phone: 01369 705810

Rosie and his gang are huge supporters of the festival and have spent thousands of pounds since the early years of POTP to restore this grand old lady of the area back to her former glory. 


With demand expected to be high for the 2022 event, we also have limited spaces for camping in the grounds and includes a cooked breakfast and use of facilities including showers in the deal.


With two of the weekend's events being hosted at the Marine, it would make sense to look at basing yourself here especially if you are only over for the Saturday and Sunday shows.


Choosing the right place to stay is an essential part of your visit to Dunoon and the festival and there’s a wealth of comfortable, affordable accommodations to suit all budgets.

You’ll be able to choose from hotels or friendly family-run B&Bs, and if there’s a group of you, or if you have family and friends in tow – why not go self-catering in a holiday lodge or caravan?

For information on all holiday accommodation, click on the link to Dunoon Presents below.

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