The List below should represent all businesses in the village of Oban and the immediate surrounding area. This excludes accommodation providers and restaurants which you will find under their appropriate links on the navigation menu to the left. If your business is not on the list contact email@example.com.
Morag MacCorquodale, Kiltmaker, Argyll
I have been making and adjusting kilts for many years in my workshop on our farm at Achnaba, North Connel by Oban. All kilts are hand sewn and made to measure using the finest superior quality Tartan from some of Scotland's leading mills.
We have been sailing the West Coast of Scotland for over 40 years and want to share our experience and passion for the area with you. Cloud Nine is an Elan Impression 434, a modern, good looking boat, easy to handle, swift and safe. We brought her to Scotland from Croatia after an upgrade she now is available for charter. She is based in Oban, Argyll.
Quadoptika are a fully CAA approved Aerial Photography Company supplying Aerial Photography and 4K video solutions accross Scotland. Based in Argyll, we are fully insured for all eventuallities for up to £7m. Enhance your business profile with fantastic aerial photographs and video.
Our Three Isles Tour takes you from Oban over to Mull on the ferry for a scenic drive through Mull before transferring to a boat for the journey to the Isle of Staffa. After exploring this unique island and Fingal's Cave, we sail to Iona before returning to Oban via Mull.
We also have boat tours from Oban that let you visit Tobermory and the Isle of Staffa in one day! There's also wildlife tours to the Treshnish Isles where you can get up close to puffins and a huge variety of bird and sea life.
The 1745 House was the first home of the chiefs of the clan MacDougall, built when the family left the castle. Once the North Wing and later the Admirals House (The Main House) were constructed the 1745 House became the Servants Quarters.
The 1745 House Museum (Old Lairds House) is now open for visitors to explore the history of the family and rural life through objects from the Clan and Hope MacDougall Collections.
Dunollie is delighted to host the brand new 'Mirror of History' Hope MacDougall and Her Collection exhibition of the 2015 season. The exhibition is based on Hope MacDougall - daughter, sister and aunt of the chiefs of the Clan MacDougall. Hope started her collection with a single wooden spoon in the 1950's and amassed around 5,000 objects before her death in 1998.