Corran House, 1 Victoria Crescent, Corran Esplanade, Oban, Argyll, PA34 5PN
Corran House is part of a Victorian terrace with magnificent seascapes across the bay to the Isle of Kerrera and the hills of Mull. There is a warm welcome for visitors and reasonably priced accommodation for singles, couples, families and groups. The house has a large self-catering kitchen, spacious TV lounge, comfortable, commodious, well appointed guest rooms and 4 bed dormitories with generous size beds. Most rooms have en suite facilities. Corran House is well situated for exploring Argyll and visiting the inner Hebrides. It is only a short walk along the sea front to the bus, train and ferry terminals. Downstairs is MarkieDans bar with Oban’s best patio beer garden with spectacular views. The pub offers great highland hospitality, tasty meals, live entertainment, widescreen TV, a pool table and the best range of malt whiskies on the west coast. Guests receive a 10% discount if they dine at MarkieDans. Live music every weekend with fantastic bands – see our website for details.This accommodation is featured on our map of The Trossachs and Lochaber and here is its own website.
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52: 26 bunks, 5×4 1×6. Plus guest rooms: 26
All year. Reception 3-9pm. Check in only after 3pm
Bunks £18/£20 en suite. Guest rooms £27.50-£40pp (2 sharing). Singles from £45. Winter discounts.
Book early and in advance. Early/late arrival with notice.
Corran House overlooks Oban Bay to the west of the town centre. From the Tourist Information and all the Oban transport terminals, with the sea on your left, walk along George Street past the Columba Hotel into Corran Esplanade. Follow the seafront for 300m. Corran House is on your right above Markie Dans Bar.
Oban train, bus and ferry terminals are 900m from the house.
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Corran House provides comfortable friendly accommodation in the heart of the town, with live music and sea views.
Oban, the Gateway to the Isles, is an ideal base for your summer holiday. Corran House over looks the bay at Oban, a perfect horseshoe protected by the island of Kerrera and looking out to Mull. You can take a ferry to a different island every day: Mull, Kerrera and the Kintyre Peninsula. And in the evening enjoy the vibrant atmosphere and live music in the pubs and restaurant of Oban. Corran House has rooms with a sea views and beyond the sea is a backdrop of mountains. The vibrant port town of Oban is surrounded by areas of wildness and it has been as a backdrop in the films Ring of Bright Water. And of course the best thing about summer holidays is being at by the sea and you can’t get much closer then Corran House.
Explore Oban and the area
Oban’s a fascinating place. There’s all the obvious stuff which you can take in as you gaze around the bay from the seafront esplanade in front of Corran House Hostel. The busy little fishing boats. The cluster of buildings. One of the Ferries out to Mull and the Inner Hebrides dwarfs the other craft. The snow covered mountains on all sides reflected in the bay waters. The sea air smell, which has us inland types taking deep satisfying breaths.
But there’s all those other details too, some more hidden than others. What about McCraig’s tower which peeks out behind the town? Built to mimic Rome’s Colosseum giving unemployed builders work during tough times. One of Scotland’s oldest whisky distilleries nestles under the cliff and offers tours. The coast is rich in fascinating wildlife – seals, birdlife, otters, maybe even whales. Oban sometimes basks in the title ‘Seafood Capital of Scotland’, explore the sea front to find somewhere to test that claim.
With amazing views over the water of this ‘little bay’ (the meaning of Oban in Gaelic), Corran House could be the best place to explore the town and then to stretch your wings and explore the wider area.
Stunning sea views and great value cheerful bunk rooms
Visiting Oban or waiting for a boat to the Isles ? Book a stay at Corran House for a comfortable welcome and a peaceful stay. Corran House provides comfortable hostel and guest house facilities in bright airy rooms. Anything from en-suite guest rooms with stunning sea views to great value cheerful bunk rooms. Groups, individual travellers, families and couples are all welcome. There is a spacious and well equipped kitchen where you can cook your own meals or you can order scrumptious bar food at Markie Dan’s pub, which also belongs to the hostel. The hostel can also arrange full board if that is required by a group. Markie Dan’s is well know for it local live music and great atmosphere and is only a few steps away.