July 15, 2001
In Oban we stayed at the Viewbank Guest House, an old house that has been refurbished by a young couple into a B&B. It’s tucked high above the center of town with amazing views of the harbor. Our room was a family room which included bunk beds, a double bed, a sofa and a TV as well as our own bathroom and tea and coffee making facilities. We asked our hostess for a dining recommendation and ended up having a terrific meal at the Studio Restaurant.
Breakfast was served in the dining room: a choice of cooked breakfast or continental which included juice, tea, cereal, yogurt, fruit bread and cheese.
It was a pleasant stay in a very comfortable B&B.
From journal Ten Days in Scotland