Oban Bay Hotel is the ideal base from which to explore Scotlandís West Coast, commanding panoramic views of the bay, island of Kerrera and the mountains of the Isle of Mull. The location is very convenient to the nearby train and ferry terminals. Oban lies central enough for a weekend break, longer family holiday or relaxing break with plenty of leisure activities available. This hotel offers guests the opportunity to become immersed into the Scottish Highlands as well as the Western Isles.
The Lochnell Arms Hotel is a traditional family run hotel set in a spectacular loch side location, offering a warm and friendly welcome all year round. The setting of our.restaurant and lounge are stunning, with both looking out over the famous and often turbulent Falls of Lora..We have a relaxing lounge bar with a large open fire and a.selection of malt whisky. A busy public bar with pool table, darts, gaming machine and TV is also available.
Now under family ownership, The Queens Hotel has just undergone a complete refurbishment to a 4 star standard.The Hotel now offers superlative quality accommodation including super king size beds in most of the double rooms. All rooms now benefit from chic new en-suites all with showers and most with chromatherapy jacuzzi baths. Guests can enjoy magnificent panoramic views from the comfort of the beautiful public rooms.The Glen Campa Restaurant s A La Carte menu offers the very best of local produce, complimented by the stunning views.
This Scottish Hotel offers excellent accommodation for those visiting the Argyll area. It s scenic location makes it an excellent place to take a holiday or vacation in scenic Scotland. The accommodation in this hotel is very good with Scottish breakfast available in the dining room. The Kelvin Hotel is situated in a grade B listed building which is one of the oldest buildings in Oban. It enjoys an enviable location adjacent to the ferry terminal and railway station and within a few minutes walk of the centre of town.
The Falls of Lora Hotel is a fine owner-run hotel overlooking Loch Etive set back on the A85. It is approximately 5 miles before Oban, 90 miles north-west of Glasgow or Edinburgh. Connel Ferry train station is only.5 minutes.walk and.Oban Airport is 4 minutes.drive away. From the property, Dunstaffnage Castle and Oban Distillery are a 9-minute journey by car. Fearnoch Forest is a 6-minute drive away and McCaig s Tower is 11 minutes.drive away.30 rooms with private bathrooms make up the Falls of Lora accommodation.
With breathtaking views to the islands of Lismore and Mull, our intimate twelve bedroom hotel, bar and renowned seafood restaurant has won a fast-growing reputation as one of Argyll s most idyllic and romantic destinations. We pride ourselves on the freshness & quality of our seafood and local meats, sourcing most of our food locally. We strive to offer our guests something different - a personal and relaxed family atmosphere, stunning location and deliciously fresh food.
In a prime location, right in the centre of the curving esplanade, just a pleasant walk from the shops and harbour, stands Oban s Great Western.a hotel proud of offering space and comfort, as well as magnificent views of the bay (remember to look out for those memorable sunsets!). Ideal for a relaxing holiday, the activity on the bay can simply be watched from the welcoming lounge and cocktail bar, while it s also an ideal touring centre.
The Wide Mouthed Frog Restaurant & Bar is located at Dunstaffnage Marina, just two and a half miles north of Oban in Argyll, Scotland.. Overlooking the bay and Dunstaffnage Castle, we offer a relaxed family run restaurant, accommodation and bar, the perfect place to relax, enjoy good food and great company..The Wide Mouthed Frog is one of the best award winning Sea Food restaurants on the West Coast and a jolly meeting place in a beautiful location.
The Royal Hotel stands in the center of town close to the harbour and ferry terminal. It s central position makes it ideal for visiting the West Coast of Scotland as well as the Islands of Mull and Iona. Built in 1895 the 3 Star AA awarded hotel offers traditional Scottish hospitality within quality modern surroundings. A small car park is located to the rear of the hotel and has limited non guaranteed space. Public parking both chargeable & free available nearby.
Stunningly situated by the sea, this stylish hotel offers fantastic accommodation, facilities and dining. All 20 rooms enjoy magnificent sea views and all are fully en suite with luxurious fittings and furnishings, including their own seating areas. For informal dining, the Captains Bar serves great food and drink all day, every day, with an outside decking area on which to sit and enjoy the view of the water and passing yachts.
The Airds hotel and restaurant is an 18th century converted ferry inn which has over the years been converted into a luxury 4 red star hotel with outstanding views over Loch Linnhe and the Morvern mountains beyond..The award winning restaurant is renowned for consistently achieving 3 Rosettes for the food and the kitchen team is producing some exciting modern British cuisine which is gaining superb feedback from guests.The lounges offer a place to relax amidst sophisticated decor and roaring log fires.
The Oyster Inn is a very comfortable relaxing informal hotel at Connel, 5 miles from Oban in an area of outstanding natural beauty with breathtaking scenery, situated in Connel, 44 km from Fort William. On the A85 and overlooking Loch Etive, this tranquil hotel is a 10-minute walk from the Connel Ferry railway station, 3 miles from Dunstaffnage Castle and Glasgow Airport is only 89km from the inn. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant and bar. Free private parking is available on site.
Bachuil Country House is a typical Scottish Country House of the 18th/19th Century and now offers Luxury Guest Accommodation for up to four guests in two comfortable en-suite rooms for a TWO NIGHT MINIMUM STAY..The Isle of Lismore is the most easterly island of the Southern Hebrides and notably fertile. The island is famous for its abundance of wild flowers (some say nearly 300 different types of plant) and bird life with about 130 species of birds (including visiting golden eagles, buzzards, herons and skylarks).