Turlundy Guesthouse

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Torlundy guesthouse Dunollie road
Oban
Argyll
Strathclyde
Scotland
PA34 5PJ

Turlundy Guesthouse, Oban

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Torlundy guesthouse is a warm welcoming family friendly guesthouse which offers a wide range of rooms from budget rooms with shared shower rooms to en-suite bedrooms. We provides comfort and value with quality service. En-suite is available on request as long as one is free.

All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities digital televisions free wifi access complementary bottled water with a big hearty breakfast. Torlundy is a two minute walk from the town centre and a five minute walk from the ferry terminal train and bus station. We are family friendly and in most cases pet friendly.

Ample on street parking and two carparks are available outside the house. Car parks are free 6pm till 9am and free on Sundays. Pay and Display 9am till 6pm Mon till Sat.

From: £35.00


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