The Isle of Jura is in the Inner Hebrides, to the west of mainland Scotland, at a similar latitude to Glasgow. The hotel (along with the distillery, bike hire & shop) is in Craighouse.
There are a couple of different ways to get to Jura during summer months.
The Jura Passenger Ferry runs through the summer from Tayvallich (on the mainland) to Craighouse in 40 minutes.
All year round you can take the Calmac ferry from Kenncraig to Islay - which takes two hours and needs to be booked if you're bringing a car - and then the wee ferry from Port Askaig to Feolin on Jura.
(A hint to those travelling from the Glasgow direction by car: most satnavs will send you on two extra ferries which can make the journey take longer (and cost more) than necessary. The first ferry you need to get is the one from Kennacraig so if you tell your satnav to take you via the Erskine bridge (going north!) and Lochgilphead, you should be on the right track.)
The journey from Feolin to the hotel is about twenty minutes by car along the A846 (the island's only road). This is a single-track road with passing places, and it leads you along the coast - past a standing stone, Jura House and several hundred curious red deer.
Those travelling to Feolin as foot passengers can be met by the Jura Bus.