There are 2 ways to get from Glasgow to Isle of Iona by train, ferry, car, night train or bus

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Train, ferry, drive  •  8 h

  1. Take the train from Glasgow Queen Street to Oban
  2. Take the ferry from Lochaline Ferry Terminal to Fishnish Ferry Terminal
  3. Drive from Fishnish Ferry Terminal to Fionnphort Mull Ferry Terminal
  4. Take the ferry from Fionnphort Mull Ferry Terminal to Iona Ferry Terminal

$69 - $100

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Night train, bus, ferry  •  10 h 49 min

  1. Take the night train from Glasgow Queen Street Low Level to Fort William
  2. Take the bus from Fort William Bus Station to Kilchoan, Slipway 506 / ...
  3. Take the ferry from Kilchoan Ferry Terminal to Tobermory Mull Ferry Terminal
  4. Take the ferry from Fionnphort Mull Ferry Terminal to Iona Ferry Terminal

$144 - $180

Questions & Answers

The cheapest way to get from Glasgow to Isle of Iona is to train and ferry and drive which costs £50 - £80 and takes 8 h.

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The quickest way to get from Glasgow to Isle of Iona is to train and ferry and drive which costs £50 - £80 and takes 8 h.

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The distance between Glasgow and Isle of Iona is 90 miles.

The best way to get from Glasgow to Isle of Iona without a car is to night train and bus and ferry which takes 10 h 49 min and costs £110 - £140.

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It takes approximately 8 h to get from Glasgow to Isle of Iona, including transfers.

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There are three+ hotels available in Isle of Iona. Prices start at $100 USD per night.

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Map of how to get from Glasgow to Isle of Iona.
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  • Distance: 89.7 miles
  • Duration: 8 h

What companies run services between Glasgow, Scotland and Isle of Iona, Scotland?

There is no direct connection from Glasgow to Isle of Iona. However, you can take the train to Oban, take the walk to Oban, Station Road (Bus Stance 4), take the line 1 bus to Dunollie, Kerrera Terrace (Turning Circle), take the drive to Lochaline Ferry Terminal, take the ferry to Fishnish Ferry Terminal, take the drive to Fionnphort Mull Ferry Terminal, then take the ferry to Iona Ferry Terminal. Alternatively, you can take a vehicle from Glasgow to Isle of Iona via Fort William, Fort William Bus Station, Kilchoan, Slipway, Kilchoan Ferry Terminal, Tobermory Mull Ferry Terminal, and Fionnphort Mull Ferry Terminal in around 10 h 49 min.

Train operators
ScotRail
Phone
+44 344 811 0141
Email
customer.relations@scotrail.co.uk
Website
scotrail.co.uk
Train from Glasgow Queen Street to Oban
Ave. Duration
3 h 3 min
Frequency
5 times a day
Estimated price
$28 - $35
Website
scotrail.co.uk
Advanced Single
$17 - $24
Anytime Day Single
$28 - $35
Caledonian Sleeper
Website
sleeper.scot
Night train from Glasgow Queen Street Low Level to Fort William
Ave. Duration
4 h 7 min
Frequency
6 times a week
Estimated price
$24 - $35
Website
sleeper.scot
Sleeper Berth Twin
$110 - $160
Sleeper Berth Solo
$193
Sleeper Seat
$24 - $35
Bus operators
Shiel Buses
Website
shielbuses.co.uk
Bus from Fort William Bus Station to Kilchoan, Slipway
Ave. Duration
2 h 35 min
Frequency
Every 4 hours
Estimated price
$20
Website
shielbuses.co.uk
Ferry operators
Caledonian MacBrayne
Phone
+44 (0)1475 650 397
Email
enquiries@calmac.co.uk
Website
calmac.co.uk
Ferry from Lochaline Ferry Terminal to Fishnish Ferry Terminal
Ave. Duration
18 min
Frequency
Hourly
Estimated price
$5 - $7
Schedules at
calmac.co.uk
Ferry from Fionnphort Mull Ferry Terminal to Iona Ferry Terminal
Ave. Duration
10 min
Frequency
Every 30 minutes
Estimated price
$4 - $7
Schedules at
calmac.co.uk
Ferry from Kilchoan Ferry Terminal to Tobermory Mull Ferry Terminal
Ave. Duration
35 min
Frequency
Hourly
Estimated price
$5 - $8
Schedules at
calmac.co.uk

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