Oban Bed & Breakfast Accommodation


No Smoking
Vegetarians Welcome
Free Wi-Fi
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Ideal for touring Argyll
Island Hopping
Castles & Boat Trips
Ferries to Mull, Lismore, etc.
Only 50 miles from Fort William

You can be sure of a warm welcome and traditional Scottish hospitality at Feorlin.
This modern bungalow in Oban is situated near McCaigs Tower,
less than 8 minutes walk from the town centre and leisure/sports complex.

Our comfortable ensuite accommodation comprises:
2 adjoining bedrooms (double & single) sleeping up to 3 guests in total.
(Unfortunately we cannot cater for singles travelling alone).

The accommodation is tastefully decorated and well-equipped with tea/coffee making facilities, FreeSat flatscreen TV, electric blankets, hair dryer, iron and central heating. We also offer free Wi-Fi access.

B&B photo
B&B photo
Breakfasts are whatever pleases, from full Scottish breakfast with real porridge, to continental with hot croissants or rolls.

Only the best fresh produce is served including free range eggs, homemade marmalade and jams.

Vegetarians catered for.
Off-street parking available.
Roamin Vouchers accepted.

Lorna and Colin

£32.50 per person.

Open: February - November
No Smoking

Excerpts from our Visitors' Book:
 "Thank you so much for a lovely stay". 
"Lovely place".
"Excellent. All we could wish for".
"Really excellent. Thank you".
"Thank you for a very pleasant
stay - great breakfast too!"


Oban is known as the Gateway to the Isles. Ferries depart from here to Mull, Lismore, Coll, Tiree, Colonsay, Islay, South Uist and Barra so why not go island hopping?
If you don't have a car, you can take a day trip by coach to explore the scenery and castles of Mull, together with the legendary islands of Iona & Staffa. For a relaxing day, just take the ferry to Coll & Tiree and back.
You can also drive down to the Slate Islands and cross The Bridge over the Atlantic.

aerial view
Oban map

Oban is a small but busy port with numerous places to visit, shops and restaurants. Numerous events such as music festivals take place throughout the year. The annual Highland Gathering is in August.

McCaig's Tower is Oban's most famous landmark and dominates the town's skyline. Your friendly host is Lorna Campbell who is a relative of the late John Stuart McCaig (the tower's founder).

Work commenced on the Tower in 1897 from locally quarried granite, and was halted three years later following John Stuart McCaig's death. The grand design, to feature 3 storeys with art gallery, museum and a 100ft observation tower, was never completed.

The structure remains as the best viewpoint in the town, affording panoramic views across the Sound of Kerrera, the Firth of Lorne and on to the islands.

view from tower

Castle Stalker

Oban is a handy base for exploring sights on the mainland.
For castles you are spoilt for choice:
Dunollie, Dunstaffnage, Stalker, Inveraray and Kilchurn.
Discover the ruins and gardens of Ardchattan Priory, or the stone circles at Kilmartin.
Visit the Sealife & Marine Centre and see the seals.
Take a boat cruise on Loch Etive or Loch Awe.
You could stay for a week and still have plenty to do!

Dunstaffnage castle

There are daily trains to/from Glasgow, and regular bus services to/from Inverness,
Fort William, Campbeltown, Inveraray and Glasgow (with connections to Edinburgh).

B&B photo with garden


For further information or to make a booking, please contact:

Lorna Campbell
Longsdale Road
Argyll PA34 5DZ
Telephone: +44 (0)1631 562 930
Email: feorlin@btinternet.com

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