This Hotel was very nice, but dated for all the nice reasons, Good Decor through out, Good Room Size and the Food was Good staff very nice too. Weather wasn't that Good but that's Oban this time of Year, Yes we will be back again.Good Value for Money....
Why stay at The Oban Caledonian Hotel?
The Oban Caledonian Hotel enjoys commanding views over Oban Bay to the Hebridean Islands of Mull and Iona, which are a short ferry journey away. The hotel has 59 bedrooms, many with stunning views of the seafront. Spend your days exploring Argyll and your evenings relaxing with a mouth-watering meal in the Restaurant Caledonian or the Caledonian Café Bar whilst the sun slowly slips below the horizon. Known as the ‘Gateway to the Isles’, Oban is full of deserted beaches and fascinating wildlife. There are also many walking and running trails, fishing excursions and other outdoor activities to suit all the family.
- FREE! Wifi available
- Situated next to the harbour
- Kayaking Try out a range of paddle sports such as sea kayaking, white water kakyaking and open canoeing
- Oban War and Peace Museum Learn about the rich history of this busy port town
- 1745 House at Dunollie This heritage site includes a medieval castle with a range of exhibitions and events on throughout the year
- Visit the islands Excellent ferry links make Oban the ideal base from which to visit the hebridean isles
- Check in:2pm
- Check out: 11am
- Pets welcome, £5 per dog per night
- Guest lift
BARS & RESTAURANT
- Restaurant Caledonian, a daily changing menu in keeping with the seasonal and local produce the chef selects and in order to offer guests plenty of variety
- Cafe Caledonian, open all day throughout the year serving a bistro menu.
- Hospitality tray
- En suite facilities
- 2 min walk to Oban railway station
- Adjacent to bus stop
- 5 min walk to Oban ferry terminal
very good hotel would stay their again food was great too....
We had a very poor room (wish I could remember the number) It overlooks the mains street, and has dirty, badlyfitting sash windows (rattle in the wind) With no double-glazing, the street noise was intrusive The batroom lookes state of the art, but one of the minor fittings fell off the wall when it was touched. The poor water supply meant that having a bath was out of the question, and the shower option was clumsy ...
Lovely room and lovely public areas but monotonous dinner menu - the same menu for three days despite the literature stating that the menu was changed daily. Also the lack of parking was a problem....