Ards House

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Ards House

Ards House, Oban

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Only five miles from Oban in a truly idyllic location with breathtaking views and incredible sunsets Ards House combines modern facilities and comforts with the traditional ambience of a Victorian villa. Awarded a 4 star Gold rating by Visit Scotland in addition to 5 stars by the AA Ards House was one of 50 establishments around Britain listed in The Telegraph's 50 cosiest hotels . This b&b overlooking the Firth of Lorn is run by the hosts with warmth humor and easy-going professionalism has decorated the pretty Victorian villa with flair and serves gold-standard breakfasts.

A minimum of two night bookings. English Russian and Latvian spoken.

 4 star rating

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