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B and Bs in Oban

Braeside Guesthouse
Kilmore
Oban
Argyll

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Braeside offers superb views of the hills of Mullach Ban and Craeg Mhor. Situated three miles from the delightful port of Oban the "Gateway to the Isles" Jon and Cherry Freeman offer a warm welcome to Braeside; our family run Guest House; and we provide the very best in food and accommodation for the visitor at a reasonable cost. Our guests immediately feel welcome and relaxed in a warm and friendly atmosphere; and we have many guests who return to us annually. All rooms are on the ground floor and are en-suite; have TV/DVD tea/Coffee facilities and many have panoramic views. We have Twin; Double and Triple rooms and all are tastefully decorated and are en suite Beside the superb views and superior accommodation we offer delicious home cooked food either for our outstanding breakfasts with homemade jam and marmalade or for a relaxing and elegant evening meal in our dining room overlooking Loch Feochan.And what better way to round off the evening than having a whisky tasting; trying one of nearly 100 single malt whiskies in our licensed bar You are sure to enjoy all the facilities associated with a Scottish Tourist Board Four Star AA Four Star Guest House and more.

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