ROAD CLOSURES - Important information for visitors to Glengoyne

Visitors travelling north on the A81 to Glengoyne through Milngavie will find a diversion is in place due to road closure from 10th - 14th August and 17th - 22nd August from 8am to 5pm. View a map of the road closure and suggested diversion.

OPTION 1 – Suitable for cars and small buses

(Expect this route to add 15 minutes on to your normal journey time)

  1. Take the A809 north from Milngavie/Bearsden until you reach The Carbeth Inn (G63 9AY)
  2. Turn right 100 yards north of the pub onto the B821
  3. Turn left at the end of the road, which takes you back onto the A81. Glengoyne is 3 miles north.

OPTION 2 – suitable for ALL vehicles

(Expect this route to add 30 minutes on to your normal journey time)

  1. Take the A809 north from Milngavie/Bearsden
  2. Turn right onto B834, signposted for Killearn
  3. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit
  4. Glengoyne is 2 miles away on the A81

Getting to Glengoyne

Glengoyne Distillery snuggles in to Dumgoyne Hill, just 14 miles north of Glasgow, with the mountains of Loch Lomond in the distance. We are easy to reach, you have no excuse. Drive in less than 40 minutes from Glasgow or 30 minutes from Stirling. Cycle or walk the famous West Highland Way. Better still, get the bus, it stops at our door.

However you get here, it will be well worth it.


Direct Bus Service to Glengoyne

The no.10 bus (destination Balfron) departs from Buchanan Bus Station in the centre of Glasgow and stops at the gates of Glengoyne. Please contact us for bus times or to help organise your travel to Glengoyne.  Alternatively you can check the Bus Timetables on the First Group Website.

Glengoyne by Car

Just 40 minutes drive from Glasgow and 30 minutes from Stirling. From Glasgow, follow A81 north (direction Aberfoyle and the North). Glengoyne is situated in between the villages of Strathblane and Killearn. From Stirling follow A811 and then follow A81 (direction Glasgow). 

Organised Day Tours

Why not make a day (or a half day) of it and see a bit more of Scotland. The following companies offer small group day tours.


Heart of Scotland Tours -

Highland Experience -

West Highland Way

The 96 mile route starts in Milngavie and finishes in Fort William. Glengoyne is situated 8 miles from Milngavie. Why not stop and have a dram to help you on your way? For more information please see

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Opening Times

March - November

First Tour: 10am
Last Tour: 4pm
Shop: 10am - 5pm

December - February
First Tour: 10am
Last Tour: 3pm
Shop: 10am - 4.30pm

Open 7 days.
Tours run on the hour.


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