Rowantree Hotel

A Hotel in Oban, Strathclyde (Argyll and Bute)

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George Street
PA34 5NX

Rowantree Hotel, Oban

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Accommodation Description:

The Rowantree is a friendly easygoing nonformal hotel with modern aspects to it design and feel with easy access and central to the town what better place to use as a base to explore the surrounding town and area.

A friendly welcome awaits you at Oban's only modern purpose built hotel, situated on the town's main street very convenient to all amenities, and only 50 metres from the seafront. We have 24 bedrooms (12 standard Rooms and 12 Superior Rooms) all fully en-suite and offers first class bed and breakfast accommodation. The Rowantree hotel is somewhat unique to Oban - a town centre hotel with its own large car park, free to hotel residents.

It's modern, cosy and relaxing with slick efficient service.

2 star rating

From: £100.00

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