ISLE OF KERRERA FERRY
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Festive season notice to all ferry
Kerrera ferry will be closed on 25th Dec and 26th Dec,
1st and 2nd January.
On all other days the ferry will operate as per
Please contact the ferry at the details provided if you
have any queries or questions.
All the staff at Kerrera ferry would like to wish all
our customers and suppliers a very peaceful and Happy Xmas
island of Kerrera has been described as a jewel in the
Firth of Lorne. Just a few minutes ferry ride away from
the mainland of Oban. It offers a peace and beauty that is
unique, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Kerrera is an ever-changing landscape from fertile low
pastures where the farming tradition goes back hundreds of
years - to bog and heathland, small coastal bays and
beaches with cliffs and caves - home to a rich tapestry of
flowers and wildlife.
This superb small island is only a short boat ride away.
As well as Gylen Castle there is a profusion of wildlife,
including a seal colony, wild goats and occasional visits
from golden and sea eagles. Porpoises, dolphins and otters
are also sometimes sighted by visitors to this remarkable
Kerrera has much to offer the independent-minded visitor
who appreciates wildlife, history and scenery. A trip to
the island is incomplete without a visit to Gylen Castle,
located on the south coast and a few minutes walk off the
main circular island track, and identified by a signpost
at Lower Gylen. Built in 1587 and sited above the waves
and rocks, it is a dramatic and magnificent place.
The view from the Castle faces down the Firth of Lorne to
other Argyll islands, and the atmosphere of isolation and
beauty must have changed little over the centuries.
Garden & Bunkhouse
Teas and refreshments (delicious home cooking) are
available at the award winning tea garden near to the
Open 7 days a week from Easter to October.
A full colour guide of the Island is available on the
to get to Kerrera Ferry:
The public ferry to Kerrera leaves
from a slip two miles south of Oban along the coast
road. Car Parking at the ferry. There are frequent
sailings during the summer season at times listed on the
notice board by the quayside. To attract the ferry
please turn this board to BLACK prior to sailing times
as advertised. Ferry times and fares are posted at the
ferry crossing point. Ferry
Times and Contact or
download the following pdf file: Summer
Timetable or Winter
Timetable. Also Terms
Location of the Kerrera Ferry - please click map to