Experience the highland charm and comfort to match the stunning West Highland location, perfect for island hopping and touring too. You could enjoy a wonderful Scottish holiday here…
Sitting on the North Pier, overlooking the scenic islands and Oban Bay, the Columba Hotel Oban is a perennially popular and very well know Oban hotel offering fantastic three star leisure, business and family accommodation with a great focus on guest service, in the heart of Oban. It is a perfect location to explore the vibrant seaside town which has so much to offer.
Celebrating a special occasion? Looking for a romantic break in Oban? Ask about our Grand Suite, complete indulgent luxury ideal for any special break away! With its own lounge & dining area, a large bathroom and 12 fantastic windows to take in the magnificent views… what more could you ask for?
The Columba’s Victorian charm offers a warm welcome to locals and travellers alike. Our attentive staff will ensure your stay is everything you could wish for. Whether you are looking for a short break or a relaxing long stay in Oban and Lorn the Columba is ideal. The hotel is home to 49 well-appointed bedrooms, many with wonderful hill and sea views.
Oban itself has a host of wonderful attractions such as the world famous Oban Whisky Distillery, the landmark McCaigs Tower, two fantastic wildlife centres, and wonderful highland shopping with a host of unique local traders offering a range of retail outlets. And a little further afield, you are in West Highland castle country, you can marvel at the Cruachan Power Station, and a trip to Inveraray is a must visit.
Oban is commonly known as the ‘Gateway to the Islands’ and with frequent ferry links to the many isles it is an ideal base for exploring Kerrera, Mull, Iona, Lismore and Colonsay and of course the mountains of Morven to name but a few. Get all the latest Calmac ferry timetables. Come prepared.
Oban in Gaelic is known as ‘An t – Oban’ meaning little bay, is the ‘seafood capital of Scotland’ - is home to some of the best seafood in Scotland, and there are some fantastic fish and chip restaurants in the down especially round the harbour and pier.