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This historical building built in 1882 is anything but old fashioned. Inside the Victorian exterior lies a stylish, design-led hotel with cool blue tones mirroring the exterior landscape.  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.

Reception at the Perle Oban Hotel
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Our Accommodation

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.

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Rainfall Shower

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Nespresso Coffee Makers

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The Perle Oban Baab meze and grill dining

Explore Oban

Oban is a thriving Scottish sea side town with lots to do and explore. Take in the fresh air, and sample the delicious variety of eateries. 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. Oban is the ‘Gateway to the Isles’ with short ferry journeys to Scottish islands that will take your breath away. The ferry terminal is a short 1 minute walk from the hotel.

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Great Location bang in the middle of Oban, the views were amazing looking over the bay

Michael S - Google Review

Brilliant location, Fantastic view from the room, staff very helpful and friendly

Unai Emery - Trip Advisor Review