Port Askaig Ferry Terminal
Port Askaig, on the island of Islay in Scotland, offers regular ferries to Colonsay (Inner Hebrides) - from where you can also travel on to Oban (mainland Scotland) - and Kennacraig (Kintyre peninsula, Scotland).
Port Askaig is one of the smaller settlements on the beautiful island of Islay in Scotland and has just a few houses, a shop, a petrol station, a lifeboat station and one hotel. Visible from the ferry as you approach Port Askaig is Dunlossit House, the stately home of local landowner Baron Schroder who helped fund the Islay lifeboat and other local causes.
Travelling to Port Askaig Ferry Terminal
Travelling by Car
The only road to reach Port Askaig is A846 northbound.
Travelling by Bus
There is a bus stop 20 metres from terminal building.
Port Askaig: Port Facilities
There are no services at the terminal. Additional services are located 25 metres from the terminal.
There are disabled toilets at the terminal.
Terminal Opening Hours
During the summer, the terminal is open Monday from 13:00 to 16:30, Tuesday from 06:00 to 7:30/13:00 to 18:00, Wednesday from 08:00 to 10:30/13:00 to 16:30/19:00 to 21:00, Thursday from 06:00 to 7:30/13:00 to 18:00, Friday from 13:00 to 16:30, Saturday from 06:00 to 7:30/13:00 to 16:30/19:00 to 21:00 and Sunday from 13:00 to 16:30.
Information is available at the ticket sales and enquiries desk.
Car parks at Port Askaig Ferry Port
There is a car park with 30 spaces including 5 accessible parking spaces.
This information is provided for guidance only.