Your first view of Oban is one you are unlikely to forget.
From the north, you glimpse this bustling port from the top of the 'Bealach-an-Righ'.
As you sweep down the hill towards the expanse of the bay, the view opens
up before you and one begins to appreciate why Oban has developed into
Scotland's most popular west-coast holiday town. Beyond Oban ("little
bay" in Gaelic - Scotland's ancient Celtic language) lie the islands
of the Inner Hebrides: Kerrera, which protects the town from Atlantic
storms; the low, green island of Lismore; majestic Mull, and the granite
mountains of the Morvern peninsula. Beyond them, the sacred island of
Iona, Coll, Colonsay and Tiree.
Accommodation in and around Oban
Price Guide - per person based on sharing room:
- £41 - 70
- more than £70
Guesthouses and Bed and Breakfasts in Oban