A Restaurant - Scottish in Oban
We welcome all of our guests at Cuan Mor with open arms and a warm friendly smile. Our restaurants and bars are creatively designed using only natural and reclaimed Scottish materials, such as Ballachulish slate and greenheart timber beams from the lighthouse pier. The indigenous woods of Scotland have been used in our table tops and floors, and two of Scotlands\'s finest blacksmiths have used traditional methods to create individual pieces which contribute to creating a unique and charismatic highland venue. We like to keep it local at Cuan Mor, so we have selected many of the finest local beers, real ales and whiskies, to compliment our menu\'s extensive selection of locally sourced produce.
60 George Street
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The Private House Stay's Guide
Oban is the principle town in Argyll and is the gateway to the Inner Hebrides with ferries leaving regularly to Mull and the smaller islands. Although a relatively small place there are plentiful accommodation options and fish and chips to die for. Easier to access by train than by road, Oban\'s principle claim to fame is for regularly leading the high school league tables with children that file on and off the ferries in the morning and afternoon.