» Two luxury double en-suite B&B rooms, for up to 4 adults, in a self-contained annexe of a new architect designed house.
» Peaceful rural glen location but within 10 minutes of Oban town centre and 12 minutes to the ferry terminal. With its many restaurants Oban is often regarded as the seafood capital of Scotland.
» Each room has it's own outside deck area and enjoys views to Ben Cruachan (highest peak in Argyll, classed as a Munro).
» Guest sitting room with comfy sofas inside and with further undercover seating outdoors. Dolce Gusto® coffee machine (pods provided). Binoculars and bird book to help with wildlife spotting, eagles are a possibility!
» Located on the Caledonia Way cycle route (Route 78) with secure cycle storage.
» Low carbon footprint with heavily insulated house and efficient heating via an air source heat pump, powered from a mix of PV solar panels and electricity on a 100% renewable energy tariff. The house has an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Rating of A 99.
We look forward to welcoming you.
Duncan & Cherry
The house takes its name from the oak trees (quercus petraea) which are found on our adjacent woodland. Did you know that most oaks do not produce acorns until they are over 50 years old and that they can live for several hundred years.
Free private parking with CCTV (long stay option if island hopping)
Electric car charging
Secure cycle storage
Private water supply from our own borehole
Tea and coffee making in room
4K HDR TV with FreeSat HD
Your own B&B entrance, come and go whenever you like once checked in
Deck area with panoramic views to Ben Cruachan
Dark skies for moonlit nights and star gazing
Sitting room with coffee machine (pods provided)
Binoculars and bird book
Photography courses for residents
No pets, no children, no babies
Gateway to the isles, ferries from Oban to islands such as Mull, Iona, Coll and Lismore
Sandy beaches nearby, Ganavan and Tralee
Only 2 miles (3km) to Oban Golf Course (with Taynuilt, Dalmally and Seil courses nearby)