FyneFest takes place on the Fyne Ales brewery estate, part of a scenic glen at the head of Scotland’s longest sea loch. The festival address is: Fyne Ales, Achadunan, Cairndow, Argyll, PA26 8BJ.

If travelling by car, put the above address in your phone/sat nav and you shouldn’t have any trouble getting here.

The drive from Glasgow is just over an hour, taking you along the beautiful Loch Lomond-side road and through the hills or Argyll, including Rest And Be Thankful.

If you’re bringing a car, be sure to book a Car Park Pass at the same time as your ticket (one per vehicle)!



The Glasgow FyneFest Bus runs directly from Glasgow City Centre to the festival!

Outbound journeys to the festival will be available on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning, and return journeys available on Saturday night and Sunday afternoon

Tickets go on sale in late 2021 or early 2022 – keep an eye on the Fyne Ales blog and on social media for updates.


Fyne Ales will operate a local minibus service each day during the festival to the following areas: Inveraray, Furnace, Strachur, Arrochar and Cairndow.

Local Minibuses run across the weekend at various times with fare based on distance to or from the festival.

Tickets will go on sale in late 2021 or early 2022. Please be aware buses are booked on a first-come, first-served basis and strongly recommend booking early to ensure preferred travel times.



West Coast Motors and Citylink run bus services from Glasgow, Oban and Campbeltown that have drop-off points near the festival.

Both the Loch Fyne Oysters or Cairndow bus stops have dedicated footpaths, away the main road, to the festival site for but keep in mind that you’re looking at a 15-30 minute walk from either stop if you’re someone who packs heavy.

See Traveline Scotland for journey times and tickets.