Get to Bute

Get to Bute

The Isle of Bute is situated in Scotland’s Firth of Clyde, to the north of Arran, and is easily accessible by regular ferry services from the mainland.There are two ferry access ports to the island both operated by Caledonian MacBrayne Ferries. The Waverley, the...
Have You Visited Bute Before?

Have You Visited Bute Before?

We have designed a visitor survey to gather information about who comes to our beautiful island, from where and what they do when they get here. Information like this will help us shape the future offering for our visitors. If you have 5 mins we’d really...
Island Hopping

Island Hopping

For a number of years Calmac, our ferry route company, have offered ferry tickets for multiple routes. By this I mean that you can buy one ticket to cover 2-3 ferry journeys. The tickets are valid for 31 days from the date of purchase and can be used in either...
The West Island Way

The West Island Way

To celebrate the millenium a new walking route was inaugurated on Bute in 2000 by none other than Janet Street Porter who was the then President of the Ramblers Association. The West Island Way (see what we did there) is an island length footpath of around 40km and...