Glenview Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Soroba Road
Oban
Argyll and Bute
Strathclyde
Scotland
PA34 4JF

Glenview Guest House, Oban

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Set in the beautiful Scottish Highland Town of Oban, the Glenview Guest House has welcomed visitors to Oban for over 20 years. Glenview is open all year round and offers accommodation from 10 bedrooms.

The accommodation comprise 2 family rooms, 5 double rooms, 1 twin and two singles. All rooms have hostess trays with tea and coffee and television. There is a separate TV lounge and public telephone.

Glenview has ample off road parking. The Guest tariff is a very reasonable £25 per person inclusive of Full Scottish or Continental Breakfast and taxes. There are reduced rates for children and pets are welcome.

Glenview is a 10 minutes walk from the train, bus and ferry terminals. Oban is a thriving seaside town with shops, a leisure centre, distillery, golf courses and a range of fine restaurants.

 3 star rating

From: £32.00

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