The Kelvin Hotel

Historic Guest House in Oban, Strathclyde (Argyll and Bute)

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7 CAWDOR PLACE SHORE STREET
Oban
Strathclyde
Scotland
PA34 4LQ

The Kelvin Hotel, Oban

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This Scottish Hotel offers excellent accommodation for those visiting the Argyll area. It's scenic location makes it an excellent place to take a holiday or vacation in scenic Scotland. The accommodation in this hotel is very good with Scottish breakfast available in the dining room.

The Kelvin Hotel is situated in a grade B listed building which is one of the oldest buildings in Oban. It enjoys an enviable location adjacent to the ferry terminal and railway station and within a few minutes walk of the centre of town. All of the front bedrooms enjoy stunning views over Oban bay towards the island of Kerrera and Mull beyond....

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