There are 3 ways to get from Fortrose to Dingwall by bus, taxi or car
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Bus • 28 min
$4 - $7
2 alternative options
Taxi • 20 min
$40 - $50
Drive • 20 min
$3 - $5
Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Fortrose to Dingwall is to drive which costs £2 - £4 and takes 20 min.
The quickest way to get from Fortrose to Dingwall is to taxi which costs £30 - £40 and takes 20 min.
Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Fortrose, Church of Scotland and arriving at Dingwall, Royal Hotel. Services depart four times a week, and operate Tuesday and Thursday. The journey takes approximately 28 min.
The distance between Fortrose and Dingwall is 11 miles. The road distance is 15.3 miles.
The best way to get from Fortrose to Dingwall without a car is to bus which takes 28 min and costs £3 - £5.
The bus from Fortrose, Church of Scotland to Dingwall, Royal Hotel takes 28 min including transfers and departs four times a week.
Fortrose to Dingwall bus services, operated by Stagecoach Highlands, depart from Fortrose, Church of Scotland station.
Fortrose to Dingwall bus services, operated by Stagecoach Highlands, arrive at Dingwall, Royal Hotel station.
Yes, the driving distance between Fortrose to Dingwall is 15 miles. It takes approximately 20 min to drive from Fortrose to Dingwall.
There are 574+ hotels available in Dingwall. Prices start at $70 USD per night.
What companies run services between Fortrose, Scotland and Dingwall, Scotland?
Stagecoach Highlands operates a bus from Fortrose to Dingwall 4 times a week. Tickets cost $4 - $7 and the journey takes 28 min.
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