The Ranald Hotel, Oban
41 Stevenson Street, Oban, PA34 5NA
- usually £100.00
- save 51%
- deals sold
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£55 instead of £100 for an overnight stay for two with breakfast or £99 instead of up to £200 for 2 nights at The Ranald Hotel, Oban – save up to 51%
- One or two-night stay for two with breakfast
- 5 minute walk from the seafront
- Rated 4.5 out of 5 on TripAdvisor and the number two hotel in Oban
- 100% of itisoners would recommend and return
Just a short 5 minute walk from the seafront, The Ranald Hotel is Oban’s newest hotel, ushering in a fresh era of modernity while keeping the distinctive local flavour of its location with simple décor and contemporary Scottish twists.
As part of today’s deal, you can dive into a delicious breakfast each morning to ensure you’re properly fuelled for the day ahead. With a buffet selection including fresh fruit juice and smoothies, cereals, yogurts and fruits, toast, pastries and homemade preserves, as well as made-to-order dishes such as baked eggs, continental meat plates and warm Scottish pancakes.
Out and about
If you’re keen to breathe in as much of the sea air as possible, the great Oban outdoors boasts everything from boat trips, diving, fishing and kayaking to walks on the Isle of Kerrara or Isle of Seil.
Crowned the seafood capital of Scotland, no trip to Oban would be complete without a visit to at least one of the many restaurants and cafes lining the streets. And once you’ve filled up on the catch of the day, you’ll have The Ranald Hotel’s contemporary lounge bar waiting for a wee night cap.
"We enjoyed our recent stay at the Ranald Hotel. Great location, staff were very nice and helpful, our room was spacious and well appointed. The breakfast choices were very tasty. Will definitely stay there again and will recommend to friends."
"Excellent… well worth a stay!"
"We go to this hotel every year. Rooms are very clean and comfortable. Oban itself has plenty of places to eat and if you like seafood, you are in heaven. You can also take a trip over to Mull and visit colourful Tobermory, or Iona."