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Oban & Tobermory

 

Tobermory harbour
  • Overview

    highlights

    • Explore the enchanting Isle of Mull
    • Take in picture-postcard Tobermory
    • Sit back and relax with a scenic drive through the Trossachs National Park
    • Pay a visit to the charming village of Luss
    • Marvel at Ben Cruchan, the Hollow Mountain, including a tour

    During this holiday we’ll be staying in Oban, one of the most popular resorts in Scotland and close to Loch Lohmond and the Trossachs National Park. An excursion into the park and to nearby Ben Cruchan are included, as well as to the picture perfect fishing port of Tobermory.  Read More

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    • Great for - Food & Drink
    • Great for - Nature
    • Great for - Scenery


    Ben Cruachan
    We’ll stay at the Great Western Hotel in Oban; the hotel occupies a great location in town, just a short walk from the shops and harbour. The town itself is famous for its seafood and whiskey with many opportunities to sample both.
  • Itinerary

    ITINERARY

    LOCATIONS


  • The Hotel

    YOUR HOTEL


    Great Western Hotel

    • Bay Great Western Hotel
    • Great Western Hotel, Oban
    • Great Western Hotel, Oban
    • Great Western Hotel, Oban
    • Great Western Hotel, Oban
    • Great Western Hotel, Oban
    • Great Western Hotel, Oban
    • Great Western Hotel, Oban
    • Great Western Hotel, Oban
    • Great Western Hotel, Oban
    • Great Western Hotel, Oban
    • Great Western Hotel, Oban
    • Great Western Hotel, Oban
    • Great Western Hotel, Oban
    • Great Western Hotel, Oban
    • Great Western Hotel, Oban
    • Great Western Hotel, Oban
    A pleasant walk from the shops and harbour, right in the centre of the curving esplanade, stands Oban's Great Western; a hotel proud of offering space and comfort. The hotel offers fantastic views out to sea and the scene at sunset is something particularly special. Ideal for a relaxing holiday, the activity on the bay can simply be watched from the welcoming lounge and cocktail bar, while it's also an ideal touring centre. With Glencoe, serene lochs and the Western Isles on the doorstep, there's a myriad of sightseeing opportunities. And with coast and country walks, angling, sailing, diving, bird-watching and a whole host of other leisure pursuits at hand, you should never be at a loss for something to do.
    • A pleasant walk from the shops and harbour
    • Magnificent views of the bay can be seen from the two large lounge areas, bar and front facing rooms
    • A myriad of sightseeing opportunities
    • The very spacious entertainment suite provides the perfect place to enjoy the quality entertainment
    • A number of the hotels rooms were upgraded in 2017

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  • Excursions & Extras

    INCLUDED EXCURSIONS


    The Trossachs
    Full Day: Trossachs National Park

    Loch Lohmond and The Trossachs National Park became Scotland’s first designated national park in 2002 and it’s easy to see why. The Lochs and Glens have inspired for centuries and were a part of many of Sir Walter Scott’s writings which increased the regions wider appeal. The rolling wooded braes and blue lochs are a sight to behold and will live long in the memory when you leave.

    Half Day: Scottish Sealife Sanctuary

    Excursion visiting the interesting Scottish Sealife Sanctuary, set on the picturesque shores of Loch Creran and home to some enchanting marine creatures.

    Tobermory
    Tobermory

    We visit the capital of the island of Mull, Tobermory. The small fishing port is famous for its brightly coloured seafront buildings and the Tobermory Distillery. It is possible to take a tour of the distillery which has been in operation since the late 18th century, or take a walk along the coastline to overlook Tobermory Bay and the Sound of Mull.

    The Trossachs
    Full Day: Trossachs National Park

    Loch Lohmond and The Trossachs National Park became Scotland’s first designated national park in 2002 and it’s easy to see why. The Lochs and Glens have inspired for centuries and were a part of many of Sir Walter Scott’s writings which increased the regions wider appeal. The rolling wooded braes and blue lochs are a sight to behold and will live long in the memory when you leave.

    Half Day: Scottish Sealife Sanctuary

    Excursion visiting the interesting Scottish Sealife Sanctuary, set on the picturesque shores of Loch Creran and home to some enchanting marine creatures.

    Tobermory
    Tobermory

    We visit the capital of the island of Mull, Tobermory. The small fishing port is famous for its brightly coloured seafront buildings and the Tobermory Distillery. It is possible to take a tour of the distillery which has been in operation since the late 18th century, or take a walk along the coastline to overlook Tobermory Bay and the Sound of Mull.

    The Trossachs
    Full Day: Trossachs National Park

    Loch Lohmond and The Trossachs National Park became Scotland’s first designated national park in 2002 and it’s easy to see why. The Lochs and Glens have inspired for centuries and were a part of many of Sir Walter Scott’s writings which increased the regions wider appeal. The rolling wooded braes and blue lochs are a sight to behold and will live long in the memory when you leave.

    Half Day: Scottish Sealife Sanctuary

    Excursion visiting the interesting Scottish Sealife Sanctuary, set on the picturesque shores of Loch Creran and home to some enchanting marine creatures.

    Tobermory
    Tobermory

    We visit the capital of the island of Mull, Tobermory. The small fishing port is famous for its brightly coloured seafront buildings and the Tobermory Distillery. It is possible to take a tour of the distillery which has been in operation since the late 18th century, or take a walk along the coastline to overlook Tobermory Bay and the Sound of Mull.

    Trossachs
    Full Day: Trossachs and Luss
    Today we make the most of an included excursion through the stunning Trossachs National Park. Admire the amazing scenery as we journey through Glens Lochy, Dochart and Ogle. The day is rounded off with a visit to the village of Luss on the shores of Loch Lomond.
    Half Day: Scottish Sealife Sanctuary

    Excursion visiting the interesting Scottish Sealife Sanctuary, set on the picturesque shores of Loch Creran and home to some enchanting marine creatures.

    Tobermory
    Tobermory

    We visit the capital of the island of Mull, Tobermory. The small fishing port is famous for its brightly coloured seafront buildings and the Tobermory Distillery. It is possible to take a tour of the distillery which has been in operation since the late 18th century, or take a walk along the coastline to overlook Tobermory Bay and the Sound of Mull.

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What's included

  • Coach Travel
  • Seven nights accommodation
  • Daily breakfast, seven evening meals
  • Porterage
  • Three included excursions
Bay Great Western Hotel

Great Western Hotel

Panoramic bay views in Oban

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Great Western Hotel

  • Bay Great Western Hotel
  • Great Western Hotel, Oban
  • Great Western Hotel, Oban
  • Great Western Hotel, Oban
  • Great Western Hotel, Oban
  • Great Western Hotel, Oban
  • Great Western Hotel, Oban
  • Great Western Hotel, Oban
  • Great Western Hotel, Oban
  • Great Western Hotel, Oban
  • Great Western Hotel, Oban
  • Great Western Hotel, Oban
  • Great Western Hotel, Oban
  • Great Western Hotel, Oban
  • Great Western Hotel, Oban
  • Great Western Hotel, Oban
  • Great Western Hotel, Oban
A pleasant walk from the shops and harbour, right in the centre of the curving esplanade, stands Oban's Great Western; a hotel proud of offering space and comfort. The hotel offers fantastic views out to sea and the scene at sunset is something particularly special. Ideal for a relaxing holiday, the activity on the bay can simply be watched from the welcoming lounge and cocktail bar, while it's also an ideal touring centre. With Glencoe, serene lochs and the Western Isles on the doorstep, there's a myriad of sightseeing opportunities. And with coast and country walks, angling, sailing, diving, bird-watching and a whole host of other leisure pursuits at hand, you should never be at a loss for something to do.
  • A pleasant walk from the shops and harbour
  • Magnificent views of the bay can be seen from the two large lounge areas, bar and front facing rooms
  • A myriad of sightseeing opportunities
  • The very spacious entertainment suite provides the perfect place to enjoy the quality entertainment
  • A number of the hotels rooms were upgraded in 2017

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