About this listing
Family run B&B , based in a unique 'chalet' style house with one of the best views in Ullapool.
Double, Twin & a single rooms over looking the sea and harbour.Max. 7 people.
Close to the restaurants,ferry terminal and all village attractions.
2 Storey Cedar house built in 1937. Extensively modernised to provide a unique home of great character .
Situated on Shore St in the center of the village, close to all facilities and the ferry terminal.Panoramic views of the harbour and mountains in all directions.
The house is unique in the village both in location and style. Comfortably furnished to create a warm luxurious ambient. DOUBLE ,TWIN and SINGLE rooms accomodating up to 7 people.Special features are the Four Poster double bed, excellent central heating throughout, clothes drying facility,large private garden .
If staying for more than one night will give you the opertunity to visit the many local attractions (See www (URL HIDDEN) even perhaps borrow Simon's boat !
Tea and coffee making facilities in all rooms
We cater for 5 but can stretch this to 7 if it is one party.
Open all year .
WIFI, local maps, library,
If staying over, use of the rowing boat and fishing tackle.
Freedom of house garden.
Off street storage for cycles.
Easy safe on street parking in front of house.
Interaction with Guests
Having travelled a lot ourselves ,we enjoy the interaction with people from other countries.
You will be welcomed by Eileen or Simon
Ullapool is one of the best centres on the North West coast , allowing easy access to all the other areas as well as being the setting off point for the Outer Hebrides.
Whether you are interested in beaches,geology, climbing,hill walking, water sports or simply chilling out in one of the many pubs Ullapool is sure to please.
The village pier is a hive of activity ,where you will see fish being landed .You can even try your luck at catching your own , so bring a rod..the mackerel are plentiful in summer.Our local harbor seal is willing to share a few.
Being the Calmac ferry terminal. Ullapool acts as a 'hub' for public transport.
There are bus connecting to plane, train services for travelling from and to all parts of the UK
From Jun 1 - Aug 31, 2016 the minimum stay is 2 nights.
71 yr old retired farm manager, who worked most of his life in South America, still reasonably fluent in Spanish and Portuguese, as well as a little French.
Keen on outdoor activities