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Oban Backpackers

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0.4km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Oban Backpackers is a funky and friendly hostel located in the heart of beautiful Oban. We are situated just a few minutes walk from the bustling harbour and the gateway to the surrounding Islands.... More...

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Corran House

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0.6km from city centre - Show on Map
8.9
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  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Corran House provides premier guesthouse accommodation and outstanding hostel facilities. We can offer anything from en suite guest rooms with stunning sea views to cheap and cheerful bunk rooms.... More...

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Oban Youth Hostel

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0.9km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Located on the seafront, with stunning view over the Firth of Lorne and the Inner Hebrides, Oban Youth Hostel is an ideal base for exploring the local area... More...

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Backpackers Plus

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0.4km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

FREE BREAKFAST! Welcome to our newly renovated facilities in The Church @ Backpackers Plus. Friendly staff, clean and comfortable facilities and the fabulous Sky Room await you.... More...

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Set in the scenic Firth of Lorn, the port town of Oban is known as Scotland's seafood capital. Its horseshoe-shaped bay is ringed with restaurants where you can put this to the test, looking over the water to the neighbouring islands of Mull and Kerrera. There's plenty of natural beauty here, as well as historic castles and one of the country's oldest whisky distilleries. Oban is the gateway to the rugged islands of the Hebrides archipelago and you'll find opportunities for sea sports including kayaking and scuba diving.

Oban hostels are full of character. You can stay in a Victorian terrace on the seafront, in colourful modern dorms or in a former church with original beams and stained-glass windows. Expect free Wi-Fi and shared kitchens, which sometimes have extras like spices and oils for cooking your own food. Most have common rooms where you can play pool, swap books or simply make new friends. Look out for a Oban hostel with dog-friendly rooms and secure cycle storage too. 

The busiest part of Oban is concentrated around its harbour and this is where you'll find the railway station and attractions such as the Oban War and Peace Museum. The north of town has lots of seafront accommodation, whilst the southern side has supermarkets, the main ferry terminal and Oban Sailing Club. Tranquil Kerrera Island, home to the picturesque Gylen Castle ruins, is a short ferry ride away.

Many visitors come to tour Oban Distillery, which has been producing whisky since 1797. Ivy-covered Dunollie Castle, the ancestral home of the Clan MacDougall, stands imposingly on a cliff and dates back to the 13th century. Behind the castle, you can get a feel for a more contemporary laird's life in the 1745 house. One of Oban's more unusual landmarks is McCaig's Tower, built at the turn of the 19th century in the style of Rome's Colosseum. It's a short walk up the hill and has spectacular views.

The closest airports are Glasgow and Edinburgh, Scotland's capital. From Glasgow Airport, take a bus to Buchanan Bus Station and head from there to Oban. You can also catch a train from Glasgow Queen Street Station, which runs along the scenic West Highland route. From London, you can take a direct coach for 12 hours or a scenic train ride with a couple of changes. For keen cyclists, Oban is on Route 78 of the National Cycle Network. In town, it's best to walk, cycle or get a taxi. Ferries run between Oban port and the islands. 

We have 4 hostels in Oban with an average rating of 9.2 based on 2,342 reviews 4 of 4 properties available in Oban

About Oban

Set in the scenic Firth of Lorn, the port town of Oban is known as Scotland's seafood capital. Its horseshoe-shaped bay is ringed with restaurants where you can put this to the test, looking over the water to the neighbouring islands of Mull and Kerrera. There's plenty of natural beauty here, as well as historic castles and one of the country's oldest whisky distilleries. Oban is the gateway to the rugged islands of the Hebrides archipelago and you'll find opportunities for sea sports including kayaking and scuba diving.

Oban hostels are full of character. You can stay in a Victorian terrace on the seafront, in colourful modern dorms or in a former church with original beams and stained-glass windows. Expect free Wi-Fi and shared kitchens, which sometimes have extras like spices and oils for cooking your own food. Most have common rooms where you can play pool, swap books or simply make new friends. Look out for a Oban hostel with dog-friendly rooms and secure cycle storage too. 

The busiest part of Oban is concentrated around its harbour and this is where you'll find the railway station and attractions such as the Oban War and Peace Museum. The north of town has lots of seafront accommodation, whilst the southern side has supermarkets, the main ferry terminal and Oban Sailing Club. Tranquil Kerrera Island, home to the picturesque Gylen Castle ruins, is a short ferry ride away.

Many visitors come to tour Oban Distillery, which has been producing whisky since 1797. Ivy-covered Dunollie Castle, the ancestral home of the Clan MacDougall, stands imposingly on a cliff and dates back to the 13th century. Behind the castle, you can get a feel for a more contemporary laird's life in the 1745 house. One of Oban's more unusual landmarks is McCaig's Tower, built at the turn of the 19th century in the style of Rome's Colosseum. It's a short walk up the hill and has spectacular views.

The closest airports are Glasgow and Edinburgh, Scotland's capital. From Glasgow Airport, take a bus to Buchanan Bus Station and head from there to Oban. You can also catch a train from Glasgow Queen Street Station, which runs along the scenic West Highland route. From London, you can take a direct coach for 12 hours or a scenic train ride with a couple of changes. For keen cyclists, Oban is on Route 78 of the National Cycle Network. In town, it's best to walk, cycle or get a taxi. Ferries run between Oban port and the islands.