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September
Loopallu ''Little fest on the West''

October
Ullapool Guitar Festival
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Glenfield Hotel
"Good Points: staff helpfull nothing was a problem for the good value for money Bad Points: television could only recieve one channel garden was over grown General review: good

Date visited: 2009-09-12 ..." More

Glenfield Hotel
"Good Points: staff helpfull nothing was a problem for the good value for money Bad Points: television could only recieve one channel garden was over grown General review: good

Date visited: 2009-09-12 ..." More

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Ullapool is a Fairtrade village on the shores of Loch Broom in the North-West Highlands of Scotland, situated 1 hours drive north of Loch Ness. Ullapool has had a settlement in the area dating back 4000years. An excavation on the west shore of the Dun of Lagaidh found a 1st millennium BC fort and a motte and bailey castle, the area is abundant with cairns, brochs and Pictish relics. Designed and built in 1788, Ullapool was once a fishing village with an important port, the harbour remains the central feature of the village and still used as a fishing port, however, it is also used as a yachting marina and a ferry-port for access to Stornaway and the Outer Hebrides. Harbour cruises operate across Loch Broom and the Summers Isles giving the opportunity to view the scenery and wildlife. Ullapool is a popular resort for tourists with a range of accommodation including; hotels, B&Bs, self-catering cottages, and caravan and camping. There are many shops, a supermarket, cafes, restaurants, bars and night-life. Ullapool has a Sports Centre with swimming pool, a Village Hall, and an award winning Museum and Visitor Centre. There is a beautiful beach, a coastal golf course, walking tours, kayaking, fishing and sea angling.

Attraction

Achiltibuie Hydroponicum
Leckmelm Shrubbery and Arboretum
Ullapool Museum & Visitor Centre

Camping

Ardmair Point Camping & Caravan Park
Broomfield Holiday Park

Care Home

Mo Dhachaidh

Dentist

The Dental Surgery

Inn

Ferry Boat Inn

Pub and Bar

Ceilidh Place
Seaforth Inn
Summer Isles Bar

Restaurant

Ceilidh Place
Jasmine

School

Ullapool High School
Ullapool Primary School

Self-Catering

Mackays Holiday Cottages & Lodges

Taxi

Ewen's Private Hire
M MacKenzie

Shops

Boots
Edinburgh Woollen Mill

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Places to Stay near Ullapool

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Riverside (0.26 miles)

Riverside
Welcome to Riverside. Discover the breathtaking scenery of the west coast and return to the comfort of Riverside where a warm welcome awaits you. Only 300m from the harbour, Riverside has a central, yet quiet village location, Guests ... More | visit website
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Argyll Hotel (0.28 miles)

Argyll Hotel
The Argyll is a popular small hotel with a restaurant, sociable lounge bar and the only public bar in Ullapool. We are known for our live music and year-round entertainment and offer weekly local music ... More | visit website
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Ferry Boat Inn (0.30 miles)

Ferry Boat Inn
The Ferry Boat Inn is a well established small Ullapool Inn offering a wonderful lochside panorama with our 9 en suite bedrooms, bar and fine restaurant. The Ferry Boat Inn on Shore Street, ... More | visit website
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Morefield Motel (0.31 miles)

Morefield Motel
The Morefield Motel offers motel style accommodation within the fishing village of Ullapool on the North West coast of Scotland. A fully licensed establishment with its own restaurant The Morefield motel provides an excellent base ... More | visit website
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Dundonnell Hotel (The) (4.71 miles)

Dundonnell Hotel (The)
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Set by the shores of Little Loch Broom, midway between Ullapool and Gairloch, the Dundonnell Hotel is one of the leading Hotels in the Highlands. The Hotel enjoys a ... More
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The Brochs of Coigach (12.68 miles)

The Brochs of Coigach
The Brochs of Coigach are a new concept for a luxury holiday in the Highlands of Scotland that combines the advantages of traditional letting properties with an appartment hotel. Scl's Broch is the perfect hide-away ... More | visit website
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Unst Chalet (16.29 miles)

Unst Chalet
The coastal village of Inverkirkaig is set in the county of Sutherland, a lovely and unspoilt part of the N.W. Scottish highlands. Situated in a beautiful location in the corner of Inverkirkaig bay, the chalet is ... More | visit website
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Tigh Na Sith (17.46 miles)

Tigh Na Sith
Nick and Patrycja would love to welcome you in to our home during your stay in the Lochinver or Assynt area. The house is called Tigh Na Sith (pronounced Tie-Na-She) - in Gaelic it means ... More | visit website
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Inver Lodge (17.48 miles)

Inver Lodge

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Overlooking Lochinver Bay, Inver Lodge Hotel has a superb restaurant, a sauna and free Wi-Fi. This hotel offers luxurious facilities in a tranquil hillside setting. Inver Lodge provides spacious rooms with magnificent ... More

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Ledgowan Lodge Hotel (22.73 miles)

Ledgowan Lodge Hotel
The Ledgowan Lodge Country House Hotel and Wedding Venue is located in Achnasheen, Wester Ross, Ross-shire where we have some of the most spectacular scenery, mountains, lochs and plenty of wild life where stags and ... More | visit website

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