The Columba is the perfect base for a holiday in this vibrant seaside town, with lots to keep families, groups of friends and hopeless romantics happy as well as being prime location for business guests staying in the area. (KB 03/08)
Built in 1592 and renovated in 2004, this country house hotel comprises 2 floors with a total of 20 rooms and 2 suites. This owner-run hotel offers access to an inviting lounge, a bar and a welcoming restaurant in addition to use of a public Internet terminal. Those arriving by car may make use of the hotel car park.
Built in 1855 and renovated in 2002, this hotel comprises a total of 59 rooms. The hotels facilities include a lobby with 24-hour reception, a lift and lounge area. Dining options include a caf�, a bar and an air-conditioned � la carte restaurant (highchairs for infants are provided). Guests may also make use of the in-house laundry service.
The hotel was built in 1895 and has traditional d�cor, many tartan furnishings and curtains and sea views. The city hotel comprises a total of 91 guest rooms. Guests are welcomed in a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out services. Facilities include a hotel safe and lift access. Guests can dine in the restaurant that serves traditional Scottish food and the establishment also has a whisky bar. The restaurant retains its high ceilings and large windows with views of the town. The hotel also offers wireless Internet access (fees apply) and a car park.
This establishment offers guests the very best service, high quality accommodation, tasteful d�cor and gourmet cuisine. All set against the wonderful scenery of Scotland's West Highlands. This family run hotel features a garden and comprises a total of 12 rooms, of which one is a suite, spread over 2 floors. Facilities on offer include a lobby area with a reception desk manned around the clock, a hotel safe and a cloakroom. The establishment has its own bar and restaurant. Furthermore, it offers public Internet access as well as room and laundry services and parking for those arriving by car.
This is a modern family bungalow with a nice large garden, built in 1980 and restored in 2005, offering a range of services and facilities including Internet access and a guest lounge. There are just 3 rooms in total at this guesthouse.
The hotel is housed in a historic building dating back to 1700, but it has a modern approach to service and cuisine. A former clan seat of the Campbell's, the hotel is perfectly located to explore the west coast of Scotland. The hotel offers eight bedrooms and spacious common areas, elegantly decorated in a traditional manor house style. Facilities include a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out services, a hotel safe, bar, restaurant and a car park.
The hotel is housed within a former private house built in 1875. From the lounge of the outdoor steam bath area, guests may enjoy breathtaking views over the islands along the west coast. The hotel also offers spectacular views of Oban Bay and the Firth of Forth. Renovated in 2006, it combines a high level of appointment with quality service. Guests may make use of the restaurant, the bar, the public Internet connection, and the room service.
Barcaldine House is one of Scotland's unique luxury houses which also offers charming self-catering accommodation all set around a beautiful courtyard and surrounded by stunning Argyll countryside. The house is located near to Oban, which is the heart and th Seafood Capital of the west coast of Scotland and offers the ideal base to explore this idyllic area of the country. Recently awarded and voted Scotland\'s Rural Restaurant of the Year 2011 at the Scottish Hotel Awards, our outstanding signature restaurant uses the best locally sourced Scottish produce, giving you a true taste of what Scotland, the sea and the surrounding areas have to offer. You can unwind in our outstanding deluxe rooms, relax in elegant lounges with superb first class service. The 1709 country house is surrounded by enchanting forests, rolling hillside and secret gardens - close to the coast and a small private airport.
The main Hotel was built in 1886, the modern extension was added in the 70's. The Hotel is beautifully appointed with a comfortable lounge and Dining room for advance reservations of 10 or more people or functions. Relax in the super Cocktail bar with open log fire, there are over 100 brands of whisky to tempt you before or after a meal in our attractive and relaxed Bistro with its extensive a la carte menu featuring local produce.
Kings Knoll,formerly the manse for the Episcopal church, is a fine prominent stylishly refurbished small hotel, overlooking Oban bay and surrounding town,conveniently situated on main approach road,only 10 minutes walk to town centre and ferry rail/terminals. Free WI-FI internet access,and private parking at either the front or the side of the hotel available. All bedrooms are en-suite and all have fine open panoramic views of either the town,or Oban bay,offering a subtle blend of traditional and modern comfort.
Delightfully situated on the edge of Dunollie Wood and the Esplanade Originally a large private house the hotel has been tastefully extended to include spacious and modern bedrooms, an open plan foyer, lounge and bar with a sun lounge stretching the length of the hotel, which affords the guests spectacular views across the bay. The public areas are pleasant and a warm and friendly atmosphere pervades.
The hostel was extensively refurbished in 2010/11, offering panoramic views across the bay and great facilities. There is a common area for customers to relax in at the guesthouse, and it is ideal for independent travellers and families. Facilities include a 24-hour reception, cloakroom, restaurant, Internet access, a laundry service and a car park.
A friendly welcome awaits you at Oban's only modern purpose built hotel, situated on the town's main street - very convenient for all amenities and only 100 metres from the seafront. It is a small hotel with 24 good sized, bright and airy en-suite bedrooms (with bath and showers), and offers first class bed and breakfast accommodation. The Rowan Tree Hotel (formerly the Town House Hotel) is somewhat unique to Oban - a town centre hotel with its own large car park, free to hotel residents. It's modern, cosy and relaxing with slick efficient service. There is a conservatory, fully licensed bar and dining room overlooking the street with a small intimate lounge nearby. There is regular entertainment, both traditional and modern, and quiz nights in our conservatory bar. Light meals and snacks are available until 8pm. All of the food served at the Rowantree is prepared to a high standard. Choose from a full Scottish breakfast or kippers/smoked fish plus cereals, fruit, yogurt and cold meats.
This country house hotel is the perfect base for anyone who enjoys the peace and tranquillity of the Scottish countryside. It offers exclusive use of the upstairs lounge with balcony, which offers breathtaking views of the Appin Hills and beyond. Guests are welcomed in the lobby. Facilities on offer to guests include a TV lounge. Guests can dine in the restaurant. Guests can enjoy the convenience of Internet access. Those arriving by car may leave their vehicles in the hotel's private car park.
Set in Oban , this property is an ideal base for both business and holiday travel. Hotel consists of a main building and an annex. The establishment consists of a main building and 1 annexes. The property consists of one main floor. There are a total of 3 rooms on the premises. This establishment consists of . The Hotel enjoys an idyllic location in the heart of the city. The nearest bus and metro stops are within walking distance from the Hotel . Guests will find the airport within easy reach. The Hotel is just a short walk from the city's main entertainment areas. Guests will find the beach at just a few minutes from the property. Guests may take advantage of the on-site car park.