The Manor House offers comfortable guest accommodation located in the town of Oban in Argyll. The Manor House was originally built in 1780 for the Duke of Argyll.
There are a total of eleven bedrooms in the historical house all offering modern conveniences and high quality furnishings. All of the guest rooms offer the following:
Tea & coffee making facilities.
En suite facilities.
Molton Brown toiletries.
Two of the beautiful bedrooms at the guest accommodation boasts stunning sea views. These two rooms also have binoculars so you can take full advantage of the views.
There are a few other places guests can relax during their stay; one of these is the lounge that overlooks Oban Bay. This room is the perfect place to enjoy a drink whilst sitting by the fireplace. There is also the wee lounge which provides a great place to meet with friends and enjoy some lunch.
The Manor House also has a bar called Nelson's Bar; here you can enjoy a drink whilst waiting for your table in the AA 2 Rosette restaurant. This room has comfortable seating and a wide variety of drinks available. The dinner menu is changed every day ensuring the freshest and best local produce is used. To see the menu please visit our website.
The conservatory is another great room for relaxing and a great place to curl up with a book. In this room where is more comfortable seating and views out over the well maintained garden.
There are a range of things to do in the local area including taking a day trip to Mill where you can relax on the beach or visit Fingal's Cave. Guests can also visit Oban Distillery where there are guided tours and of course chances to try the final product. The local area also offers the opportunity for guest to play golf, go walking, cycling, horse riding and sailing.
For more information please visit our website.
Rates: £130 - £270 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Children over 12 are welcome.
Pets are welcome by arrangement.
Disabled facilities by arrangement - please enquire for details.
Off street parking.
4 Star Visit Scotland.
AA 2 Rosette.