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Lagganbuie bed and breakfast is situated only five miles south of Oban, on the Argyll Coastal Route, by the shores of beautiful Loch Feochan with its abundance of sea and bird life - salmon, seals, swans, barnacle geese, ducks and oyster catchers to list only a few.

The house is set in mature and attractive grounds, with small water gardens the main feature but accommodating a large selection of trees, and a combination of azaleas and many varieties of rhododendrons - a blaze of colour in spring and early summer.

Lagganbuie is the perfect base for touring, cycling, walking, bird watching and fishing. Only five miles south of Oban, close to Seil Island and en route to the famous Kilmartin Glen.

Lagganbuie Accommodation

The accommodation comprises three spacious en-suite bedrooms, tastefully furnished to provide the highest standard of comfort. Two doubles and one twin (all on ground level).

A delicious selection of breakfasts is served in the traditional dining room together with seperate guest and sun lounges where you can relax in pleasant surroundings. Private parking is provided to the rear of the house.

Attractions and Activities
Lagganbuie is the perfect location for touring with its accessibility to Oban and the ferry services to the many different islands, yet at the same time close to Seil Island and en-route to the famous Kilmartin Glen. It is also within reach of Fort William and Ben Nevis, Inveraray, Taynuilt, Glencoe and the established Kintyre Trail.

Oban, with an interesting range of shops, restaurants and hostelries is noted for its celebrated bay, busy harbour, visiting yachts and liners, together with the daily ferry services to the inner and outer Hebrides including the world famous Isle of lona and Fingals Cave on Staffa.

The outstanding feature of the town is McCaig's Tower - the coliseum like building on the hill above Oban with magnificent views/sunsets over the Firth of Lorne and the islands beyond.

Places to visit, in and around the town, include the fish quay and the working Oban Distillery together with leisure & recreation at the indoor facility at Atlantis and the outdoor pursuits of golf, tennis and fishing.

Taynuilt village is situated some twelve miles north of Oban, but can be reached from Kilmore, via the rugged but beautiful Glen Lonan. and on to Loch Etive to view seals on rocks and eagles soaring amid the spectacular mountain scenery.

Glencoe is well known in Scottish history for the infamous massacre of members of the clan MacDonald. Dark and mysterious with mist rolling on the mountains or sunny and clear allowing the magnificence of the glen to be appreciated. The round trip from Oban should return through Glen Orchy with its famous salmon fishing river and striking water falls.

Kilmartin Glen is also well worth visiting, with its standing stones and carvings, giving an insight to the people and way of life some 4000 years ago. Visit Dunadd Hill where the Kings of Scotland were crowned before completing your experience at the Museum.

Further down the road, you will be able to recognize the well known Crinan Canal where the rest of the day can be spent in fascination with the operation of the locks to allow the yachting and shipping fraternity access to the open sea.

Seil Island and the villages of Balvicar and Ellenabeich and the small island of Easdale are famous for their one time production of slate - 'the slates that roofed the World'. On the island is an award winning museum explaining the history of the islands and their people - these historic villages are in the traditional style of the time, but allow for visitor comforts with adequate shopping, restaurants and visitor attractions.

On the way to Seil, you must cross the famous Bridge over the Atlantic and arrive outside the 'Tigh-an-Truish Inn' (House of the trousers), an eighteenth century hostelry which, before the building of the bridge, allowed for the islanders to change their attire when visiting the mainland, (the wearing of the kilt in mainland Scotland was prohibited).

These are a few of the many attractions that are available in this spectacular and wonderful part of Argyll.

On entering Oban, proceed to the centre of the town (Argyll Square) and keep to your left taking a right at Oban Old Parish Church passing Oban High School on your left.

Continue from there out of town for five miles, passing the local hospital on your right and following the A816 and the Argyll Coastal Routes signs on the main road until you reach the head of Loch Feochan. The house is signposted on the left hand side overlooking the loch.

Email Lagganbuie enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com