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Staff excellent very accommodating. Room very very dated but seafront view amazing. Overpriced run down in need of major renovation. Room very cold although extra heater supplied. Bed rock hard. Breakfast fine. Stayed in better hotels costing much less - not worth the price charged-...More
Nice hotel. Has the appeal of a carry-on movie type hotel that being 50s to 60s decor. Triple rooms have a double bed and a single. Both mattresses could fo with changing as when i lay down it felt as though it had collapsed and...More
Due to our experience we had in another hotel in Oban we found this hotel as last minute booking. The boy at the front desk was very helpful with booking us in, even though we came in late afternoon and we didn't book in advance....More
Very small double room about 50 years out of date badly needs a revamp the bathroom had a smelly shower. Smoking area for the pub was right below our window so we could not open the window. Was not worth the £90.20p we paided. The...More
I have just spent 3 nights bed & breakfast at a cost of £118 in the Lancaster Hotel in Oban , and it was excellent ---a typical Scottish breakfast ( try the porridge ) . I had a single room with shower and bathroom, it...More
USD 94 - USD 106 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Technically you can be married at 16 in Scotland so yes, if you are over 16, you are no longer regarded as a minor. You didn't say what age you were but if over 16 you could stay and it shouldn't be a problem as long as you... More
Technically you can be married at 16 in Scotland so yes, if you are over 16, you are no longer regarded as a minor. You didn't say what age you were but if over 16 you could stay and it shouldn't be a problem as long as you behave sensibly. Do remember that you won't be able to buy alcohol at the bar as 18yrs is the minimum drinking age.