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Aulay's Bar, Oban - pub details

Aulay's Bar
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Address: 8 Airds Crescent, Oban, Argyll, PA34 5SQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4810) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Oban (0.1 miles), Connel Ferry (4.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.6/10 (rated by 7 users)
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user reviews of Aulay's Bar, Oban

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ok pub had half of mcewans export beer.onl a few customers in due to winter mid-week. one of the better pubs in oban
forestwood - 11 Feb 2013 15:48
Popular place on a Friday night though I don't really see the attaction. Keg Belhaven and Tennants Ember (I think). Everything about it was okay, nothing was good.
gdm - 14 Jul 2010 18:31
This isn't a pub for real ale drinkers! It's a small bar with keg Bellhaven Best and one other keg beer. The lounge bar is a little better than the locals' side. Not worth 7/10 in my opinion.
tabbycat33 - 25 Apr 2010 19:07
called here one lunch time on an Oban day trip, a quiet mid-week afternoon.
the pub has a somewhat celtic/irish feel to it. The location and interior have been well described already.
***
a central bar serves a lounge & tap room, as in the photos.
no cask ales. the belhaven best is always decent alternative.
food is on at certain times. around 7-8 for mains.
***
verdict:
attractive pub but sadly no cask ales.
[no excuse - belhaven do a nice 80/- as cask].
so a 6 from me.

reynard - 12 May 2009 13:51
aulays own comment :
"Aulay's Bar, known simply as Aulay's to the locals, is situated in the centre of Oban, occupying the former site of the towns oldest droving inn, Tigh Clach A' Gheodha or the House of the Creek Stone.
Brimming with character, the pub has traditional back to back public and lounge bars.
Every inch of wall space is awash with a unique collection of maritime prints showing Oban's seafaring heritage throughout the centuries. "
reynard - 27 Apr 2009 13:58

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