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Midweek Plus Oban

Overview

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  • Four drinks vouchers per person on one night
  • Relax in coastal Oban – known as the ‘Gateway to the Isles’
  • Visit popular Fort William
  • Enjoy a whisky tasting at the Highland Centre
  • Take a trip to the white-walled town of Inveraray

Midweek Plus breaks are the perfect antidote to those winter blues! Staying in our comfortable Great Western Hotel in Oban, you’ll enjoy live evening entertainment on Wednesday night, four free drinks vouchers to use on one evening, as well as sightseeing excursions. These breaks offer fantastic value for money!

This Holiday is Great For

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Itinerary

Day One - Home to Oban
We make our way from the interchange to Oban, where we stay at the Great Western Hotel. (D)

Days Two to Four - Oban
Spend time exploring Oban at leisure during the next few days, and enjoy our included excursions to Fort William and a trip along the shores of stunning Loch Linnhe

Day Five - Oban to Home
Time to make our way home today, as we return to the interchange. (B)

Extras included on this holiday

Four drinks vouchers - Midweek Plus Package

Enjoy four drinks vouchers per person on Wednesday night on this holiday!

Great Western Hotel

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  • Located right on the seafront just a short walk to Oban's town centre and pretty harbour
  • Enjoy evening entertainment and magnificent views of Oban Bay in the hotel's lounge area and bar
  • Easily reach Scotland's magnificent islands and incredible Loch Lomond and the Trossachs which are just a short ferry ride or drive away

Stay with us on the shores of Oban Bay, within easy reach of some of Scotland’s most majestic and beautiful scenery, with the diverse Islands and the immensity of the Highlands close by.

The town of Oban is just a short walk away with a number of places here to sample  local produce including delicious seafood and the refined and elegant whiskeys that the region is famous for. There’s also plenty to explore in town, head up to McCaig’s Tower for a great view over the Sound of Mull, or visit Dunollie or Dunstaffage Castle to learn a little about the history of Oban.

Magnificent Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park can be easily reached from Oban and makes a great day trip. For perhaps even greater scenery though board a ferry and head out onto the islands that dot the sea off Scotland’s West Coast. Mull, the Isle of Lismore and Kerrera, just across Oban Bay all make fantastic day trips offering superb scenery and a sense of solitude and wilderness that is incomparable almost anywhere in the UK.

In the hotel enjoy fantastic views over Oban Bay while sipping a tasty drink in the bar and lounges after a long day enjoying Scotland’s natural beauty. In the main season you can enjoy live evening entertainment in the lounge as well as tasty breakfast and evening meals in the restaurant. In-room we offer comfort and serenity, with the possibility of upgrading to Standard Plus, Premier and Superior rooms for even greater space and relaxation while you stay with us. 

Rooms at this hotel


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The Local Area

Included Excursions

Scenic drive to Fort William

Today we'll take a trip along the shores of stunning Loch Linnhe to the popular Highland town of Fort William calling at the Highland Centre for shopping and whisky tasting. Fort William is surrounded by spectacular scenery and getting even a little way out of town only enhances the views. Alternatively, take a cruise on Loch Linnhe, or if you want some indoor entertainment The West Highland Museum has an interesting overview of Highland history and is located in the High Street.

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Trip to Inveraray

Situated on the banks of Loch Fyne and home to the Duke of Argyll at the towns castle, Inverary is a beautiful white-walled town. As well as the grand castle, the imposing Georgian Inverary Jail is a fascinating experience, the living museum allows you the opportunity to see the re-enactment of trials and how inmates lived in the 19th century.

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