This historical building built in 1882 is anything but old fashioned. Inside the Victorian exterior lies a stylish, nautical inspired, design-led hotel. Located in front of the harbour and a minute walk from the ferry terminal and train station, this hotel is ideal for exploring. Downstairs we have a unique Eastern Mediterranean restaurant offering delicious flavours of Greece, Turkey and the Levant.
Each of our 59 rooms are unique due to the iconic shape of the building, meaning no room will be the same. Enjoy in-room Nespresso coffee machines, Bluetooth Bose sound systems, L’Occitane toiletries, 100% cotton sheets and rainfall showers in our modern bathrooms.
Nespresso Coffee Makers
Bose Bluetooth Speaker
BAAB – Our Eastern Mediterranean restaurant specialises in chargrilled meats and seafood, meze and incredible desserts. Bringing authentic flavours of the Levant to the West Coast of Scotland. Recognised by the Times as one of the “Top 50 places to eat by the sea” and quoted by the Michelin Guide as offering “…delicious Meze at BAAB grill”.Find Out More
Whether you brew is coffee or a beer, we are here for you day and night. Order a freshly brewed artisan coffee or luxury PMD tea. Choose from our selection of fresh lunches, traditional afternoon teas, and cakes and pastries galore.Find Out more
Oban is a thriving Scottish sea side town with lots to do and explore. Known as the “Seafood Capital of Scotland” for good reason, but Oban is so much more. Enjoy scenic walks to the famous McCaigs tower or Ganavan Sands beach – an untouched white sandy beach just 5 minutes from the harbour. Visit Oban’s Whisky Distillery for an interesting journey into how Scottish whisky is made along with some whisky sampling of course. Taste Oban home-made chocolate, fresh ice-cream and cakes galore to satisfy that sweet tooth. Oban offers the perfect balance of indulgence whilst keeping active with the various options of walking routes, scenic strolls and water sports. Last, but not least, Oban is the ‘Gateway to the Isles’ with short ferry journeys to Scottish islands that will take your breath away. Other options are taking day trips with smaller boats to enjoy wildlife attractions such as puffin and seal watching.
Graeme Green - The Telegraph