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COVID19

Although we are not yet currently open for 2020, we have to delay that opening in the interests of all of our safety and well being. At present we have decided we will definitely be closed until 20th April. Obviously this date will likely change and we will determine that as the situation changes, by following advice from the Scottish and UK governments. We will do our very best to contact all guests personally with reservations up until that time to inform them.

Please read this section of the statement from Scotland’s First Minister included with our advice from Visit Scotland.

We look forward to welcoming guests again just as soon as it is safe for us to do so.



logos.jpgBarriemore Bed and Breakfast on Oban’s Sea Front

Barriemore B&B is a splendid example of a Victorian 3 storey town house, situated by the water on Oban’s sea front. It is as close as you can get to the narrow shipping channel which passes along side the patio at the front of our building.

Oban is famous for its local landmark McCaig’s Tower (Coliseum), which was built by John S McCaig. He also built Barriemore as a private residence. All rooms are ensuite and beautifully furnished and have all the hospitality items you would expect from this exceptional 4* B&B.

We have 2 elegant ground floor suites overlooking Oban Bay, while the remaining large & spacious bedrooms (with king size and super king size beds as standard) either overlook the water or local woodland.

Breakfast provides you with a fresh and plentiful buffet along with a selection of different hot dishes made to order, freshly prepared and using local ingredients wherever possible.

Free internet access (wi fi) is available for all our guests.

Barriemore B&B is 'Biker Friendly'.

 

If we have no availability showing please telephone to check, or try our sister properties: Glenrigh which has similar prices, is also 4 star and has the same seafront location, 200 metres along the Esplanade and Mackays Guest House, also on the Esplanade.