Oban & The Enchanting Isles Of Mull & Iona
Oban - The Gateway to the Hebridean Isles, with its busy harbour surrounded by sweeping mountains, is the perfect base to explore the West Highlands and Islands of
Scotland, and explore them we do. The highlight of our holiday is sure to be our excursion to the stunning Isle of Mull and then onward to the Sacred Isle of Iona.
4 Nights, Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Stunning Excursion to Mull & Iona
Entrance to Iona Abbey
Free Day In Oban
Excursion to Fort William & The Commando Monument
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Sitting on the North Pier, overlooking the scenic islands and Oban Bay, the Columba offers Victorian charm and a warm welcome. The Alba Restaurant offers
lovely views out to sea whilst the Pier Café and Harbour Bar are the ideal spot to sit back and relax. Bedrooms are tastefully furnished and off flat screen TV, tea/coffee
making facilities and hairdryer. Lift.
EXCURSION 1: Our day starts by joining the ferry in Oban and sailing over to Mull, we enjoy the scenery of this beautiful Island including the imposing Duart Castle as we travel to the most westerly point of the Island Fionnphort. Here, as foot passengers we join our ferry to the sacred Isle of Iona. Entrance to the Abbey - resting place of
over 100 Scottish kings and the birthplace of Christianity within Britain, is included. You can also explore the Island with its stunning white sandy beach and pathways.
We then return to Oban in time for dinner after a truly exhilarating excursion.
EXCURSION 2: We head north along the shoreline of Loch Linnhe to Fort William, where we spend a little free time we then continue to Neptune's Staircase and see
the boats navigating the 8 lochs of the Caledonian canal, continuing along the side of the canal we head to Gairlochy and make a stop off at the Commando monument
in Spean Bridge - it's here where thousands of elite Commandos trained during WW2 and offers spectacular views of Ben Nevis.Back to top