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Perle Oban is a luxury hotel located in the center of Oban that boasts beautiful views over the harbour. With Oban train station and Oban ferry terminal a stone’s throw away, it is the ideal base for exploring Scotland’s islands and highlands. This historical building built in 1882 is the perfect combination of Victorian charm and modern inspired style. Breathe in the refreshing sea air, taste authentically local produce, and explore awe-inspiring views in the heart of Oban. Our stylish and comfortable accommodation in Oban can help you discover a new lease of life as you switch off, retune, and explore. 

Reception at the Perle Oban Hotel
Selection of Meze inspired dishes

Our Accommodation

Each of our 59 rooms are unique due to the iconic shape of the Victorian 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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The Perle Oban Baab meze and grill dining

Things to see and do in Oban

Named the unofficial capital of the West Highlands, Oban is a bustling town filled with Scottish culture and beautiful scenery. Begin your adventure today and discover one of Scotland's best kept secrets.

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The port of Oban Scotland early evening Oban Port on the Isle of Skye Exploring Isle of Skye Highlands The Perle Oban Baab meze and grill dining hebridean plane
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A smart, modern, boutique hotel breathing new life into Oban – the 'Gateway to the Isles' – with plush furnishings and bold colours (instead of a tartan-fest), plus pleasing Eastern Mediterranean-inspired food and décor in the lively BAAB Meze & Grill restaurant.

Graeme Green - The Telegraph