A hotel that marries contrasting architectural styles on the West Coast of Scotland has come to the market.
The Glasgow office of Colliers Robert Barry is seeking offers in excess of £3.5m for the Regent hotel in the heart of the coastal town of Oban.
The property, which serves the middle market, overlooks Oban Bay but is just a short walk from the town centre.
It is made up of two inter-linked buildings. The Art Deco part (to the left) is a purpose-built hotel that includes most of the bedrooms and dining rooms, while the stone Victorian townhouse section contains more bedrooms, bars, and staff accommodation.
The hotel has 82 en-suite bedrooms to sleep 154.
Its numerous bars and lounges include the 160-seat Marine bar and dining room (which has its own dance floor), the self-contained Cellar bar with games room; and the 70-seat McCaig's bar and function room.
An L-shaped drawing room can hold another 40 delegates for smaller meetings and functions.
The hotel is packed with memorabilia from World War II, when it was used by the RAF and when the Art Deco element was known as the Marine.
There is also two-bedroom manager's accommodation complete with living room, kitchen/dining area and bathroom
By Angela Frewin