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Welcome to Wemyss Bay, for centuries the exciting terminus of trains from Glasgow carrying generations of Clydesiders, ready to go “Doon the Watter” to Rothesay.
Wemyss Bay is in fact ideally situated for exploring the local area. It is just 45 minutes away by ferry from Rothesay and the picturesque Isle of Bute, just up the coast from the peaceful town of Largs, and down the coast from the Clydeside towns of Greenock, Gourock and Port Glasgow.
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