Dunoon is now recognised as the Gateway to Scotland's First National Park, and offers a variety of shopping and leisure outlets including two supermarkets, post office, leisure centre and cinema. A regular bus service operates from Dunoon Pier. Caledonian MacBrayne operates from Dunoon Pier and offers hourly sailings to Gourock, with a train connection to Glasgow Central Station. Western Ferries also offer regular sailings from Hunters Quay to McInroy's Point with a bus connection to Buchanan Street Bus Station. Dunoon is set in the rural heart of the Cowal Peninsula but is within just over 1 hours commuting time to Glasgow International Airport.
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