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Oban as a Hub for Golf in Scotland

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Accommodations in Oban, Scotland for Golf

General Information for the Oban Hub
Oban and Lorn

The harbor town of Oban has only 8,500 inhabitants but serves as a tourist center and gateway to the western islands of Scotland. Caledonia MacBrayne ferries leave Oban for the islands of Islay, Colonsay, Coll, Tiree, Mull, Lismore, Barra and South Uist. The town itself has many hotels and bed and breakfast accommodations and more can be found along the A85, A816 and A828 highways that converge on Oban.


All Types of Accommodations in Oban and the Surrounding Areas
West Scotland Tourism: Bed & Breakfast, Hotel and Self-Catering Accommodations on the West Coast of Scotland from Dumfries in the south to Scourie in the north, including the islands of the west.
Visit Argyll and Bute in Scotland: A variety of information about the West Highlands and Islands, including accommodations, golf and sights to see.

Bed & Breakfasts and Guest Houses In Oban and the Surrounding Areas

Hotels In Oban and the Surrounding Areas
A. Moorings Hotel: Alongside the Caledonian Canal at the famous Neptune’s Staircase. Guests enjoy free golf at the Fort William Golf Course.

Self-Catering Cottages and Apartments in Oban and the Surrounding Areas
B. Birchbrae Cottages: Luxury self catering holiday lodges set in a peaceful and secluded woodland clearing eight miles south of Fort William in the Highlands of Scotland.


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