Sutherland House

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Sutherland house Victoria crescent corran esplanad
Oban
Argyll
Strathclyde
Scotland
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Sutherland House, Oban

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Robert and Aileen MacDougall would like to welcome you to Sutherland House Oban. We are a family run house situated in a beautiful Victorian Terrace perfectly placed on Oban's stunning harbour. Sutherland House is the perfect base for anyone visiting Oban located close to restaurants and only a short walk to Caledonian MacBrayne s ferry terminal where you can sail to the Islands of Mull, Iona, Coll & Tiree, Colonsay, Lismore, and the Outer Hebrides.

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