Welcome to Dunheanish Guest House Oban Scotland
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William and Linda would like to welcome you to Dunheanish Guest House, one of Oban's newest guest houses, an elegant detached Victorian villa beside Oban’s landmark, McCaig's Tower with stunning panoramic views overlooking Oban Bay and the surrounding islands of Kerrera, Lismore and Mull.
Dunheanish is the perfect base for anyone who wants to have the Town Centre 5 minutes away, with easy access to shops, restaurants and the Caledonian MacBrayne ferry terminal where you can sail to the island of Mull to enjoy the scenery and wildlife or perhaps Iona with its peace and tranquillity.
For those warm summer evenings, you can sit in the garden and perhaps enjoy a glass of wine whilst relaxing after a busy day watching the various boats come and go, with a chance to enjoy a magnificent west of Scotland sunset.
Dunheanish Guest House Accommodation
We are happy to welcome guests arriving in Oban on a late ferry from one of the islands. We accept all major credit and debit cards.
Dunheanish has six guest bedrooms. Our superior rooms have king-size four poster beds and uninterrupted views over Oban Bay. All rooms are en suite with LCD Freeview televisions, bedside radios, hospitality trays and hairdryers. We have free Wi-Fi for use with a suitable laptop.
Full breakfast, smoked salmon, continental or vegetarian breakfasts can be enjoyed in the elegant dining room overlooking Oban Bay. Open all year round. We have off street parking
We are sorry but we do not accommodate children under 14 years old.
About Oban and the Surrounding Area
Oban has a sandy beach about a mile from the town centre called Ganavan Sands, and there is also a cinema showing the latest films, a distillery, a leisure centre, many cafés and restaurants and both independent and chain shops.
Oban also has a few interesting castles close by, including Dunollie Castle which overlooks the entrance to the harbour.
Oban is perhaps most famed for being the 'Gateway to the Isles' with regular and frequent ferries offering services to Mull, Colonsay, Coll, Tiree, Lismore, Barra and South Uist (the Outer Hebrides). Mull and Iona can be visited as a day trip with the ferry crossing to Mull taking around 40 minutes.
Oban is also an excellent base for outdoor activities such as hill walking, diving, cycling and photography and in the evenings you can go for a wee dram in one of the many pubs in town.
Getting There by Ferry:
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