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Oban Bay Hotel in Oban
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The seafront Oban Bay Hotel, Oban has high standards throughout with spectacular views across the bay.
The Oban Bay Hotel is set on the edge of Oban's picturesque Esplanade and is the ideal base from which to explore Scotland’s west coast. Convenient for the train and ferry terminals it is ideal for both leisure and business guests.
There’s much to see and do in the area including: whale watching, trips to Mull & Iona, Oban Sea Life Sanctuary, ancient castles, Oban Distillery, golfing, kayaking to name just a few.
This 3 star hotel in Oban offers modern bedrooms and luxurious suites which are appointed to a very high standard. There are limited sea view rooms (six in total), which are very popular and are fast sellers.
The Rannachan Restaurant at the Oban Bay Hotel has both a table d’hôte and à la carte menu featuring fresh, local seafood and the stylish bar serves meals throughout the day. The Oban Hotel's spacious sun lounge offers a panoramic view of the bay, the island of Kerrera and the mountains of Mull.
Relax in the hotels mini Spa, enjoy the steam room, sauna and outdoor hot tub – with views of the bay. Pamper yourself and book a spa treatment (we recommend that you book prior to arrival).
The Oban Bay Hotel in Oban offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
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There are 3 different styles of bedrooms at the Oban Bay Hotel;
Standard, Executive and Junior Suites.
All of the rooms are en-suite and feature private facilities, TV, telephone and hospitality tray.
The suites are slightly larger in size and offer stunning views over the bay.
Please note that only the Executive and Suites are located facing the front of the hotel and these rooms only have Double beds in them, NO TWIN beds are available on upgrade. There are only 2 Executive and Junior Suite Rooms. These rooms as well as Family Rooms are on a request basis only.
The maximum amount of people family rooms at the Oban Bay Hotel can take are 2 adults and 2 children)
Bar & Restaurant
The Oban Bay hotels Rannachan restaurant serves the freshest and best of Scotland's land and sea produce while the Bar offers guests the best of Island and mainland malt whiskies.
Dinner is served from: 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Breakfast is served from: 7:30am - 9:30am
The Oban Bay Hotels has a selection of health and beauty treatments such as Swedish, sport and aromatherapy massage, facials and manicure and pedicures.
Directions to the Oban Bay Hotel in Oban
If you are driving from the south, take the A82 to Tyndrum and join the A85 to Oban. If you are coming from the north, take the A82 and cross the Ballachulish Bridge. At the roundabout, take the Oban A828 exit. Follow the road across the Connel Bridge and at the T-junction turn left for Oban.
First ScotRail runs twice-daily trains from Queen Street Station in Glasgow.
Mull, Colonsay and the Western Isle ferries berth a short stroll from the Oban Bay hotel.
The nearest airports are Glasgow and Edinburgh
Fort William (45)
Cruise to Isle of Mull takes 45 minutes
Mileages are approximate
The harbour town of Oban has many attractions to visit on your short breaks: from whale, dolphin and seal spotting to walking, cycling and golf. A few minutes walk from the hotel there is a large variety of shops including well-known High Street stores and unique Scottish gift shops.
Oban is known as the “Gateway to the Isles” as it's south pier is the main ferry terminal for car ferries to Mull, Coll, Tiree, Barra, South Uist, Colonsay, Lismore and Islay. A short drive from the Oban Bay Hotel is the famous “Bridge over the Atlantic”. The Bridge was made famous due to the defeat of the Jacobite Army; the Government banned the use of the Gaelic language and the wearing of tartan and the kilt. The Islanders nearby from Easdale and Seil would change from their traditional garb at the Inn beside the bridge before crossing to the mainland. The inn to this day is still known as 'Tigh an Truish' - "the house of the trousers".
Dunollie Castle sits above the town offering spectacular views of Oban Bay and the island of Kerrara. Along with the castle, visitors can explore the museum and grounds.
Oban War & Peace Museum is just off the main high street, this museum is worth a visit as it contains some great artefacts from past wars and stories. The staff are extremely informative and helpful too so worth having a chat to.
Have breakfast with the seals at The Oban Sea Life Sanctuary; see the interactive rock pool, get up close with the starfish, jellyfish then have a bite to eat in the award winning Shoreline coffee shop.