Barriemore B&B, is a charming Victorian townhouse with a beautiful waterfront location on North-West Scotland’s rugged coastline. The elegant guest rooms have either views of Oban Bay, the sound of Mull and Lismore or woodland, all have free WiFi, and the breakfast menu uses local produce. Every room has a TV with a DVD player, a radio and a USB charging point. All rooms also feature a ensuite bathroom, a hairdryer, bathrobes and slippers and toiletries from Scottish Fine Soaps. Guests can enjoy the complimentary water and sherry in their room and are invited to have a welcome whisky on arrival. The 4-star Barriemore provides an extensive breakfast, served every morning in the bright and airy breakfast room. The menu offers both cold and cooked items, including kippers and daily specials. Guests can also relax in the conservatory lounge or the seafront terrace, which features views over Oban Bay and the island of Kerrera. Barriemore is a short walk (0.6 mile) from Oban's town centre and Oban Ferry Port. The town has a variety of bars and award-winning restaurants, offering locally caught seafood. Barriemore was built by John S McCaig, the same man that built Oban's impressive landmark, the McCaig's Tower.
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