Oban & Mull 5 Days - Regent Hotel
Oban is undoubtedly the most popular resort and touring centre in the Western Highlands. It is a largely Victorian town and its most famous building, McCaig's Tower, an unfinished replica of Rome's Colosseum, dates from that period as do most of the hotels and public buildings. But Dunollie Castle, at the northern end of the bay, is a reminder that Oban has had a strategic importance for much longer than the last century. Oban is a lively place with the constant comings and goings in the harbour providing a never-ending source of interest. The view across the harbour to Kerrera is a delight, especially at night when there are often memorable sunsets (which can be quite breathtaking when seen from Pulpit Hill). There are excellent facilities for water sports of all kinds and plenty of shops. Entertainment is provided at the Corran Halls and Highland Theatre.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
TOUR OPERATES MONDAY TO FRIDAY
Full Day Excursion to Mull
We take the ferry to Craignure on the Isle of Mull. We then continue by coach up to Tobermory, the capital of Mull with its colourful buildings with echoes of Iceland and Norway. We return via ferry to Oban.
Full Day Excursion to Lochgilphead and Inveraray
Traveling south via Lochgilphead and then along the shores of Loch Fyne to Inveraray, ancestral seat of the Campbells, Dukes of Argyll.
Overlooking the promenade and Oban Bay towards the hills of Mull, the predominantly art deco Regent Hotel is a landmark on the Esplanade and is ideally situated for Oban's shops and bars. Bedrooms have private bath or shower and WC, direct dial telephone, colour TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Hair dryers are available from reception. The hotel's restaurant serves freshly prepared food and there are two bars, lounges and a small terrace. A lifts serves all floors, although there are many unavoidable steps at the hotel entrance.