St. Anne's Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Dunollie Road
PA34 5PH

St. Anne's Guest House, Oban

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Accommodation Description:

St Annes is a Victorian Town House which offers high quality accommodation at a reasonable price. The building was originally constructed in 1880 and has large airy rooms which retain many of the original Victorian features. We are ideally situated close to the Town Centre and many local amenities are close by.

The Atlantis Leisure Centre, The Corran Halls, Tennis Courts, McCaigs Tower, the Cathedral, and local Cinema are all within easy walking distance. We are also conveniently situated for buses, trains and ferries. Traditional Scottish breakfasts are bookable 8.30 AM TILL 9.30 AM at St Annes Guest House with Continental options also available.

Parking is available in the street and the pay and display car park at the end of the road which is free overnight between 18:00 and 9:00am. CHECK IN TIMES 4PM TO 7PM. Early check in is available on request for a small additional charge.


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