Welcome to the gateway to Argyll and the Isles where the romantic luxury of the Oban Caledonian Hotel beckons.
The Oban Caledonian is Oban’s landmark building. This luxury 3 star hotel rises from the water’s edge, commanding breathtaking views over the sheltered bay of Oban to the romantic hills and islands of Scotland’s magnificent west coast.
Gaze seaward as the sun slips behind Hebridean hills and a friendly Highland hospitality unfolds. Oban is the perfect gateway for exploring Argyll and the Isles, discover a castle or two or sail to Mull, Iona and the Inner Hebrides.
The Oban Caledonian is the perfect base for your break in the Highlands of Scotland and offers wonderful short breaks, midweek and weekend breaks, B&B and fantastic food in unique and spectacular surroundings.
Follow in the footsteps of the great travellers of the past and seek out one of these large well appointed bedrooms. These rooms boast magnificent west facing views over Oban Bay to the Hebridean Island of Mull and the mountains of Morvern.
Ocean View Rooms
Premium Ocean View rooms guarantee uninterrupted west facing views as above with feature bed. All have a distinct character and are standard in size.
Most standard rooms are of a similar size and standard to Ocean View rooms but have a view to McCaig's Folly or the Soroba Hills; some are more compact but have an Ocean View. Two disabled rooms are also available.
Eating out in Oban is a diverse experience with many award winning restaurants, cafés, bars, bistros and seafood restaurants.
Guests at The Oban Caledonian can choose from two of the best dining experiences in the town.
The Restaurant Caledonian is a Victorian dining room, carefully restored with chandeliers and ornate plaster. Each day our chefs create a fine dining menu which skillfully reflects the best of Scotland’s larder. All of our dishes are freshly cooked using care and imagination, a fusion of modern and traditional Scottish and International cuisine.
The Café Caledonian boasts wonderful views of the bay, a menu for all day dining and a cosmopolitan wine list. The Oban Caledonian’s two restaurants present the best of what is on offer in the Argyll area.
C oming from the South via Glasgow you will travel on the A82 Glasgow to Fort William road to Tyndrum where you join the A85 to Oban.
Coming from the North via Fort William take the A82 and cross the Ballachulish Bridge, when you come to a roundabout take the left hand (Oban – A828) exit. Follow the road across the Connel Bridge and at the T-junction turn left for Oban.
For local road conditions call reservations on 0844 855 9135 or visit ITV teletext page 160. On our website you will also find links to local weather forecasts and route maps.
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