Directions for Manor House Hotel, Oban
The Manor House is located on the South shore of Oban Harbour. Once in Oban, follow signs to the ferries. Passing the entrance to the terminal, continue along Gallanach Road west for approx ¼ mile to the Manor House.
Getting to Oban
Glasgow International Airport
runs daily flight schedules from London, Europe and around the world. Contact your airline for flight information or call Glasgow Airport on +44(0)141 887 1111. Alternatively, fly to Edinburgh Airport
, from where it is only a three-hour drive to Oban.
From Glasgow take the A82
around the west side of Loch Lomond through Crianlarich to Tyndrum, then follow the A85
along the north side of Loch Awe to Oban. The journey takes two hours. From Edinburgh, drive through Stirling and up to Oban. For detailed driving directions from anywhere in the UK, visit MapQuest
(For users of MapQuest, the postcode of the Manor House Hotel in Oban is PA34 4LS). For a truly unique experience, Lord Gray of Tailored Tours
can pick you up at the airport and give you a guided tour as you travel to the Manor House.
We can accommodate up to 8 cars in our car park. Situated on the hotel grounds it is only a few steps to the hotel entrance.
ScotRail run trains twice daily from Glasgow Queen Street Station to Oban on the beautiful west-coast line. Call 08457 484950 for details of all ScotRail services or visit ScotRail's website
Alternatively, catch the train to Edinburgh then change to Stirling from where it is a two-hour drive to Oban
Caledonian MacBrayne Ferries run a regular car and passenger ferry from Oban to The Isle of Mull. For timetable information and to book ferry tickets, visit CalMac's website
or call their Oban booking office on 0990 650000. It is advisable to book ferry tickets in advance
CityLink run coaches run daily from Edinburgh via Glasgow. For Enquiries call +44 (0)1870 505050 or visit CityLink's website
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