Lochranza to Tarbert Loch Fyne Ferry
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The Lochranza to Tarbert Loch Fyne ferry route connects Lochranza, a village on the Isle of Arran in the firth of Clyde to the village of Tarbert in the West of Scotland. The ferry route is operated by Caledonian MacBrayne - commonly known as CalMac. This route accepts foot passengers and vehicles.
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Within the small village of Lochranza you'll find an 18 hole golf course, a distillery, Lochranza Castle and an unbelievably diverse range of wildlife including red deer, golden eagles, red squirrels and seals.
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About Tarbert Loch Fyne
Tarbert is a small village at the head of East Loch Tarbert, an arm of the sea on the west shore of the mouth of Loch Fyne, Argyllshire, Scotland. The main feature of Tarbert is the harbour. This has a narrow entrance and is a safe and sheltered anchorage. The coast of the bay is rocky and the cliffs are fringed with young firs, Tarbert itself being a beautiful place. The parish church is located right in the centre. Overlooking the harbour are the ruins of a castle built by Robert Bruce in 1326.
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22 Nov 2016No catering facilities
We arrived early at Lochranza to ensure we were able to board the small ferry as a place could not be reserved or guaranteed. We expected to be able to at least buy a coffee onboard. Why no drinks machine? Poor service. Passenger lounge is comfortable.
Review by Anon