Our relaxing location, 20 miles north of Oban, and 25 miles south of Fort William, makes it an ideal base for exploring Argyll and Lochaber. We have three bedrooms for our guests - one double and one twin - both en-suite, while the other twin has its' own separate bathroom. There are numerous 'Munros' and 'Corbetts' in the area, and it's a 20 minute drive to Glencoe - a haven for 'Munro Baggers'.
Taransay is a B&B on the West Highland Way at the foot of Beinn Dorain & Beinn an Dothaidh in Bridge of Orchy. This railway cottage has been upgraded for 2016 and is a welcoming and comfortable base for walkers and hillwalkers. There are two double bedrooms (available also with twin beds) and a shared bathroom. Just 2 minutes from Bridge of Orchy station the cottage is adjacent to the iconic West Highland Railway Line. See the website for more information and contact us for B&B availability.
Lochside accommodation with superb views over the Falls of Lora. Extensive breakfast menu, delicious dinners, and tea/coffee with home baking served on arrival in the conservatory with panoramic views. Rooms decorated in unfussy, contemporary style. One suite, one double and two single rooms. Wifi access. Maps may be borrowed and we offer advice on walking as well as sea kayaking instruction and trips. Extensive library of books, also telescope for use in conservatory.
Pineapple House is a warm and friendly family-run bed and breakfast. Located a few miles south west of Glencoe in the pretty village of Duror in the Highlands of Scotland, Pineapple House overlooks the beautiful and ever-changing Glen Duror. On the Argyll Coastal Route between Fort William and Oban, with National Cycle Route 78 practically running past our door, we are excellently located for tourists, walkers and cyclists alike to explore the great outdoors of Lochaber. 6 bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities. Guest lounge and free wi-fi available throughout the house
Kathmore is recommended by the "Lonely Planet Guide Book". Morven and Keith will give you the warmest of Highland welcomes. Kathmore is an easy 10 minute walk to town centre, ferry and train terminals. Private spacious parking to rear. Seven en-suite rooms, one double with private bathroom. All rooms newly refurbished to a high standard. Delicious choice breakfast to suit everyone's taste and appetite. Our guests are made to feel at home at Kathmore. Our motto: Treat everyone the way we would like to be treated.
The Ardyne is situated in a prominent position on the seafront in Rothesay on the beautiful Isle of Bute. Five minutes by car from the main ferry, or a leisurely stroll for those leaving their cars at home..Our comfortable guest house is an elegant listed Victorian Villa designed by John Orkney in 1875 and its importance is recognised by Historic Scotland.
The St.Ebba is a grand Victorian villa with many original features and panoramic views across Rothesay Bay. It sits on Mount Stuart Road and to find us you take a left turn from the ferry towards Kilchattan bay. If you are on foot it is a pleasant 15minute walk. There is a taxi rank at the pier and local bus services..Visitors have been arriving at Rothesay pier on the Isle of Bute for many hundreds of years to enjoy the simple relaxing environment.
Welcome to The.Commodore a 3 star Graded Guest House, run by your hosts Harry & Hazel Greene, we are ideally situated for a long midweek or weekend break or even a longer stay, The Commodore is 3 - 4 minutes walk from the main pier and Rothesay s Town centre with all its amenities, we have panoramic views over Rothesay Bay and the rolling hills of the Cowal peninsula.
A real home from home guest house in the heart of Oban. A small charming victorian townhouse located within a one minute walk from the town centre and seafront with all restaurants, bars, shops and the Gathering halls and Corran halls. Travel links of ferry, bus and train are only a five minute walk away. Free wi-fi is available throughout the property including bedrooms please note we are no longer with visit Scotland .
Glengorm Guest House is named after the famous Glengorm Castle, also known as Castle Sorn, a 19th-century country house on the Isle of Mull. The name means Blue Smoke. Glengorm Guest House offers high quality accommodation at a reasonable price.Each year we enjoy welcoming visitors from around the world who come to experience for themselves the magical, dramatic beauty of Oban and the Argyll coast, the ancient seat of the Kings of Scotland.
Tanglewood Lodge is a recently-built Canadian-style wood clad house situated in the beautiful.Glen Nant just outside the village of Taynuilt. Set in its own three-quarter acre river-side ground, we are ideally situated to provide a base for your adventures in this beautiful area of the West Highlands of Scotland.Our spacious bedrooms with vaulted ceilings and exposed beams have super king/twin beds with mountain and forest views making it easy to unwind and relax. There is geothermal under floor heating throughout.
Blarcreen is a Victorian granite farmhouse in the historic Ardchattan estate on the shores of Loch Etive, some 12 miles north of Oban.Offering 5 star luxury bed and breakfast accommodation in a traditional setting, in green fields overlooking the loch, sheltered by.the hills which rise steeply behind, Blarcreen is the perfect place to get away from it all, yet within easy reach of Oban and Glencoe.
St Annes is a Victorian Town House which offers high quality accommodation at a reasonable price. The building was originally constructed in 1880 and has large airy rooms which retain many of the original Victorian features. We are ideally situated close to the Town Centre and many local amenities are close by. The Atlantis Leisure Centre, The Corran Halls,Tennis Courts, McCaigs Tower, the Cathedral and local Cinema are all within easy walking distance. We are also conveniently situated for buses,trains and ferries.Traditional Scottish breakfasts are bookable 8.30 AM till 9.
Ardtorna is a contemporary, modern 5 Star Gold bed and breakfast.It swept the boards in 2013 winning the best Guest House / Bed and Breakfast with The AA, Visit Scotland and The Scottish Hotel Awards.Each of the deluxe bedrooms with vaulted ceilings have super king beds and all are en suite with either a colour changing wet room or a spa bath and high powered shower.Each bedroom boasts beautiful loch views.
Glendale is a unique Victorian House built in 1830 with spectacular views over Rothesay Bay.We are a 5 minutes walk from the pier and town centre.The residents lounge is situated on the first flour and has panoramic views of the Bay and surrounding hills so why not sit back with a glass of wine and watch the world go by
Braeside is a superb Scottish Tourist Board four star Guest house, situated just three miles South from the busy ferry port of Oban, it is surrounded by hills and overlooks Loch Feochan. The house is all ground level, and has ramped access. All of the modern.rooms are en suite and ground floor, some with Loch views.
Duncreggan House is a mid 19th-century manor house, which has been tastefully restored. Set above the village of Blairmore it has panoramic views of Loch Long, the Firth of Clyde and the Arrochar Alps
The warmest of welcomes awaits you at Roseneath, home of Sarah Clarke and Robert. Constructed in 1881, when Oban was expanding as a Victorian tourist resort, Roseneath was built as a family home for a Mr and Mrs Porter and their nine children. Today the house stands as a testament to the fine craftsmanship of those days, from its solid granite exterior to the beautiful internal plasterwork of the ornate ceilings and splendid original Oregon pine staircase.
Robert and Aileen MacDougall would like to welcome you to Sutherland House, Oban. We are a family run house situated in a beautiful Victorian Terrace, perfectly placed on Oban s stunning harbour.Sutherland House is the perfect base for anyone visiting Oban, located close to restaurants and only a short walk to Caledonian MacBrayne s ferry terminal where you can sail to the Islands of Mull, Iona, Coll & Tiree, Colonsay, Lismore and the Outer Hebrides.
In the picturesque town of Oban, this Victorian guest house has bright, spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi. Bars and restaurants are just 2 minutes.walk away, and there is free on-site parking.Surrounded by beautiful views of Oban s bay and the town, Cameron Guest House is just 0.5 miles from the ferry port and rail station. Local landmark McCaig s Tower is 10 minutes away on foot.Each room has free tea and coffee facilities, mini fridges, TV/ DVD players,.hair dryers.
Knap Guest House sits overlooking picturesque Tarbert Harbour and near to The Kintyre Way at Tarbert Castle. This magnificently refurbished Victorian town house with its tastefully furnished bedrooms is a must stay for your visit to the historic county of Argyll. The guest house is situated in the heart of the village and is close to many shops, restaurants, galleries, cafes and the bus and ferry terminals to the islands and beyond.
Sarah & Gary welcome you to their home. We are situated in the village of BENDERLOCH, 7 miles NORTH of the West coast town of OBAN. Close to Tralee beach, Ben lora forest walk,Ledaig Caravan site.There is a restaurant,cafe and fish & chip shop all within walking distance from the house.Extensive Menu for Breakfast including Home made yogurts, Fresh fruits, Porridge, Scottish Breakfasts.We have our own free range chickens, so we have lovely fresh eggs. Smoked Haddock, Kippers. Breakfast is served between 07.45 - 0900. Local produce used whenever possible.
Luxury boutique b b in a grand baronial house with stunning views of Oban bay.Elegant contemporary rooms and indulgent designer bathrooms.A hidden gem in the heart of Oban.
The private avenue leading up to Glenmore is lined by a wide selection of trees, giving the feeling of being completely away from it all before even arriving!.Set in extensive grounds, including an organic walled garden, with stunning views of Loch Melfot, the house has many interesting architectural features..Throughout, natural wood is retained as a feature.
The Don Muir Guest House is situated in a quiet residential area behind the ferry terminal, up Pulpit Hill.The house is 3 minutes walk from the viewpoint overlooking Oban Bay and surrounding Islands.Don Muir is an ideal place to use a s a base to explore Oban and the Islands of Mull, Colonsay, Coll, Tiree, Lismore, Barra and Uist.Breakfast.This is served in the dining room between 7.30am-9.30am. If you are catching an early ferry then we can leave you with.a.packed breakfast.to take away.
Set in the beautiful Scottish Highland town of Oban, the Glenview Guest House has welcomed visitors to Oban for over 20 years. Glenview is open all year round and offers accommodation from 10 bedrooms..1 family, 4 doubles, 2 twins and 3 singles. All rooms have a hostess tray.Electric blankets and hairdryers are available on request.Free wifi is available in the lounge..There is a separate TV lounge and public telephone. Glenview has ample off road parking.