Manor House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Manor House Hotel Oban
Travel Blogs from Oban
... in Oban for our final night. Adriana and I are across and up the road from the main building with the bunk rooms in a narrow three storey house with the two bed rooms. It's a cute place to stay and the weather is ok enough to be able to walk back down to join the group for games and drinks and pizza in the main building. Once again, we can't go out as the town is quite small and everything is closed for ...
... glencoe hostel in dark and checked it Drove down to the village to the glencoe gatherings pub and got haddock and chips for dinner with mushy peas and shared a bottle of red with the others Boys got knickerbocker glory dessert which is a reference to Harry ...
After dinner in "a fabulous wee restaurant" the night before I awake at 6am the morning after with the delicate scent of bleach in my nostrils. Upon complimenting UB on his new aftershave I am informed that he has just thrown up his linguine from last night. Not knowing quite what to do, I offer him a jar of ...
... warm and sunny and our motel overlooks Half Moon Bay and is well placed for walks in the area and eating in Oban, the only town. Visiting Kaka's (parrots) on our balcony, expecting nuts and seeds, adds to the sense of being well away from, well everywhere. Everyone we have met so far has been friendly and there is quite a mix of nationalities here. It seems quiet for a summer period but it has not been a good summer so far and NZ visitors may have been put ...
... museum and art gallery and also statues of him and his family, but his death meant only the outer walls were completed. Certainly it is a sight not expected here, though we have got accustomed to seeing Roman ruins in places that seem very far from Rome.
Oban is also known for its fishing industry, so a fish tea, as it is called here, finished the day.