Oban Bay Hotel offers a selection of hotel guestrooms that are welcome to all – and all are dog friendly. Modern bedrooms and spacious suites are appointed to a good standard, those front facing benefiting from seaside views. All rooms are decorated with neutral and stylish colours and soft furnishings and have that modern Scottish twist.
There are 79 stylish bedrooms within the hotel. So whether you’re looking for cosy break, a romantic getaway or relaxing spa break, you find accommodation to suit your needs.
Oban is known as the ‘seafood capital’ of Scotland, the menus incorporate as much Scottish produce as possible and there is a significant offering of mussels, scallops and oysters all of which are caught in Oban. The hotel has a great relationship with the local fishermen and the nearby family-run Inverarwe Smokehouse - a traditional smokery, fishery and country park.
For those who prefer something different to seafood, the menu has plenty of choice, including the best meat steaks in the west, where possible sourced from the Crerar Hotels own home farm, grass fed herd pedigree Lammermuir Luing herd.
Whether you choose to eat in our restaurant, lounge or bar, you’ll have views across the bay and up to the Highlands, a great opportunity to take in the glorious west coast landscape.
Oban Bay Hotel offers pamper breaks throughout the year as there’s always time to treat yourself to some me time and tlc.
Choose from a full range of Elemis treatments including Swedish and hot stone massages, anti-aging facials, reflexology and manicures and pedicures. The relaxation room, sauna, steam room and outdoor hot tub add to your experience so that your day is much more than just your treatment.
Oban is located in a small bay and is a popular West coast holiday destination, also known as the ‘Gateway to the Isles’. It’s renowned for seafood, Oban whisky and top attractions; Dunollie Castle and McCaig’s Tower. A small and bustling town, it’s the perfect base to explore the west of Scotland and Isle of Mull & Iona.
Named the ‘Seafood capital of Scotland’ you can get fresh mussels, crab and more straight off the boat.
Steeped in history dating back to the Bronze Age and a strong Gaelic culture, Oban has lots to offer. The new railway system in the 1880’s allowed easier access to the town. Today Oban plays an important role as a ferry port for the Calmac ferries, making it a great base to explore the Islands.
Catch a glimpse of the wildlife off the coast in the summer months and visit the Oban Winter Festival where the McCaig Tower is lit up with a tartan pattern! This year Oban was mentioned in The Guardian newspaper as ‘one of the best UK seaside holiday destinations in winter.’