The train service linking Glasgow and Oban has increased from three to six trains a day in each direction.
This is great news for visitors to Oban who now have more flexibility to travel up from Glasgow for the day to enjoy the huge variety of activities Oban has to offer.
The first morning train leaves Oban at 5.21am and arrives in Glasgow at 8.37am. Glasgow’s first morning train to Oban departs Glasgow Queen Street Station at 5.20am arriving in Oban around 8.30am.
With the addition of a new later evening service leaving Oban at 8.37pm, visitors to the town now have even more time to explore Oban or even further afield to Mull, Iona and Staffa.
The Glasgow to Oban train journey takes about 3 hours which, although long, affords spectacular views of mountains, lochs and moorland as it meanders through Scotland’s unique west Highland scenery.
Welcome to the Manor House
Monday 20th February 2017
Pan-fried West Coast Scallops
with Cauliflower & Peanuts £10
Gressingham Duck Breast
with Chocolate and Orange £10
Goat’s Cheese Bon bons with
Beetroot and Basil Salad £10
Roast Parsnip Soup £4
West Coast Seafood Grill with New Potatoes,
Asparagus, Spinach & Lemon Dressing £23.50
Pan-fried Sea bass Fillet with Herb-crushed
New Potatoes and Orange & Fennel Salad £23.50
Stuffed Pork Fillet with Apricot and Apple, Creamed
Leeks and Spring Onion & Bacon Mash £23.50
Guinea Fowl Supreme with Potato Fondant,
Confit Carrot and Wilted Spinach £23.50
Scottish Fillet of Beef Served with Mustard Mash,
Stornoway Black Pudding and Glazed Asparagus £27.50
Courgette & Red Onion Tarte Tatin with Brie & Basil £17.50
Selection of Desserts £8
Coffee & Petit Fours £3.50
Table d’hote £42.00
A la Carte – Appetiser £10/Soup £4/Sorbet £3/Main £23.50/Vegetarian £17.50/
Dessert £8/Coffee & Petit Fours £3.50
All include VAT @ 20%.
Gratuities are left to your discretion