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Take a short trip to the Isle of Kerrera and explore the ruined castle
Many of the rooms offer a sea view
Enjoy a sea view with your breakfast
The hostel has a modern annex in the courtyard
The hostel has a perfect seafront location
Oban is known as the Gateway to the Isles and is the perfect base to go island hopping
Enjoy stunning views over the town from McCaig's Folly
Oban is also known as the seafood capital of Scotland!
The surrounding coastline offers some great dog walking trails
Enjoy a wee dram from the local distillery
The hostel enjoys a stunning sea view
Oban Youth Hostel
Sitting right on the seafront, this five star VisitScotland accredited youth hostel enjoys fantastic sea views and is within easy walking distance of the town centre. It comprises two buildings - the original Victorian villa and a modern lodge to the rear. Known as the seafood capital of Scotland, there's nothing better than enjoying some freshly caught fish and chips on the seafront after a long day exploring with your best friend!Read More
Both buildings offers high quality private en-suite rooms many with sea views and it makes a comfortable base for anyone looking to explore the miles of beautiful countryside that surround this beautiful coastal town. WiFi is free and other facilities include a well-equipped self-catering kitchen, an excellent drying room, laundry and secure cycle storage with bike washing facilities. Basic provisions, confectionery and soft drinks are available to purchase at reception. Guests can opt for continental breakfast in the beautiful Raasay Dining Room and relax with a glass of wine or local craft beer in the adjoining lounge with views over the Firth of Lorne and the Inner Hebrides. The lodge is perfect for large family groups (breaks with family and friends) and can be hired separately from the main building Sitting close to the ferry port, it can make an excellent stopover destination for anyone travelling to the islands and we’re happy to accommodate guests catching early ferries. Nearby attractions include Oban Distillery, McCaig’s Tower, St Columba’s Cathedral and Oban War & Peace Museum. Famous for its local seafood, Oban boasts many good restaurants, bars and shops. For the more adventurous, scuba diving and sailing are available locally..
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Listing Updated: 10/11/2021
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