The Oban Bay Hotel & Spa sits on the edge of the water from which the hotel takes its name - a bustling and colourful, yet tranquil and relaxing location.
Guests will enjoy the Rannachan Restaurant where the food is simple and natural using, where possible, local and organic ingredients. We also have a relaxing Atlantic Bar and Lounge that is perfect for relaxing after a fun day exploring Oban and the surrounding areas. Sample a "wee dram" from one of the many whiskies on offer as you settle in and enjoy the views.
If you are looking for a spa break, the Sonas Spa at Oban Bay Hotel offers a range of treatments in tranquil surroundings, including massage, facials and body treatments. We also have a sauna, steam room and outdoor hot tub on the sun deck with great views over the bay to Kerrera.
Oban is renowned for its beautiful gardens, fabulous views, ocean promenade, ancient relics and huge range of outdoor activities. Luckily, our hotel is the perfect base from which to enjoy it all.
When you choose to visit Oban - there's lots to see and do; for families, couples and groups alike. If you enjoy a game of golf, take advantage of preferential rates at the challenging Glencruitten Golf Club as a guest of the hotel or play one of the many neighbouring courses on the mainland and isles.
Anglers and fishing fans can choose between loch-fishing on the vast freshwater Loch Awe and dozens of other lochs, lochans and rivers. Sea fishing can also be easily arranged on a skippered charter.
There is an abundance of wildlife and touring opportunities when you decide to visit Oban. Take a day out on the water with a sea cruise and spot dolphins, whales, seals and otters. Go whale-watching - a quarter of the world's species live in our waters. There are also fast rib sea safaris and small boats for hire. Additional activities include the chance to swim, play tennis and rock-climb at the Atlantis Leisure centre.
The hotel is perfectly placed for touring the west coast, with historic Inveraray just a short journey south and Fort William and the Highlands to the north. In addition, the clear Gulf Stream waters offer plentiful diving opportunities amongst historic wrecks and abundant marine life. Oban is the ideal gateway to the islands of the west coast. Historic Mull and Iona are great for day trips whilst further afield lie Coll, Tiree and the Outer Hebrides.
For more information on these and more activities that you can enjoy during your stay, please visit www.crerarhotels.com/obanbay
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.