Description of the accommodation
Sleeps 6 (1 double, 2 twin rooms).
All bedrooms have private en-suite facilities (one has bath/pressure-shower,
other two have a pressure-shower, as well as a toilet and hand-basin)
Comfortable, supportive mattresses; bed linen and towels supplied at no extra cost
unlimited "superfast"wifi broadband via Highland Community Broadband
Saturday to Saturday weekly lets - arrival after 4pm, departure
Short stays available November to February
Oil-fired central heating throughout, via a Stanley Range
(similar to an Aga/Rayburn)
Open fire in living room (initial supply of coal & kindlers
Smart 39" LED TV and Blu-ray / DVD player (and stock of films) / Soundstage
Well maintained and redecorated regularly
Quiet, private location with ample parking
Outstandingly beautiful mountain and sea views, which can
be enjoyed from every room
Local owner (a professional photographer):
personal welcome, advice and assistance.
Sorry, no pets permitted inside the cottage
Take the VIDEO TOUR (note: cot no longer available)
Ullapool the village
Ullapool epitomises what every coastal Scottish village should look
like. From the whiteness of its shore frontage to the breathtaking
landscape that surrounds it, this is a place to go if you want unspoiled
and remote village charm. Ullapool has excellent tourist facilities
and makes a great base for exploring the Highlands." BBC.co.uk
is a beautiful fishing village on the north-west coast of Wester
Ross in the Highlands of Scotland.
is renowned as the entertainment, artistic and cutural centre
for the north-west Highlands. There is an active Theatre, Art
Galleries, a Museum and many atmospheric pubs, where live music
is frequently performed. There are several (award-winning) restaurants
and take-aways, a wide variety of shops, a Leisure Centre with
Swimming Pool, Banks, Bookshops, Post Office, Library and a Golf
Course (the Ullapool
Tourism Association site has all the details). Not to be missed are the weekly
performances by the award-winning Ullapool Junior Pipe Band (usually Thursday
evenings during the summer).
is surrounded by mountains, and is a perfect base for hill-walkers
and ramblers. An Teallach, the Beinn Dearg range, the Inverpollaidh
mountains, and many more, are all nearby.
main ferry to the Isle of Lewis leaves Ullapool Pier twice per day.