The Highland Bothies, Morefiled near Ullapool is a luxury glamping experience for you and your friends or family, perfect for weekend breaks or longer stays.
With cosy, comfortable furnishings, the An Teallach Bothy is a quiet and relaxing retreat with underfloor heating, shower and toilet, a comfortable double bed for two adults and a double sofa bed suitable for two children or one adult. There is a small kitchen with a kettle, toaster, electric hob, microwave and sink. A highchair, travel cot and bedding can also be requested at the time of booking only.
Beinn Ghoblach is identical to An Teallach, except that dogs are permitted in this Bothy. As our cleaning standards are so high, this should not be a concern for guests without dogs. However, if due to severe allergies or other reasons, this does concern you, may we suggest that a period of one week between your booking and one with a pet should be sufficient to allay any concerns. We will be happy to give you that information if you contact us prior to making your booking.
Beinn Ghobhlach has underfloor heating, shower and toilet, a comfortable double bed for two adults and a double sofa bed suitable for two children or one adult. There is a small kitchen with a kettle, toaster, electric hob, microwave and sink. A highchair, travel cot and bedding can also be requested at the time of booking only.
Enjoy breakfast outside on the decking, or watch the sun set as your dinner cooks on your barbeque. Or after a long day exploring, why not light up your fire-pit and enjoy a glass of wine or toasted marshmallows, as you cosy up next to the flames and sit back to look at the stars. And, if you are really lucky the Northern Lights might even dance for you!
There is a designated parking area a short walking distance from the Bothy site. The footpath is lit with sensor LED lighting.
The Highland Bothies, Ullapool is situated in one of the most beautiful parts of the Highlands, steeped in history and rugged scenery please enjoy these photos and experience the real thing for yourselves when you come to visit.
With all the breathtaking scenery around, it's little wonder that the area inspires photographers, artists, walkers, climbers, sailors, divers, snorkelers, wild-life watchers and geologists to visit - and many to stay.
Of course the Highlands is famous for it's Munros and you are in the perfect place to \\\"bag\\\" a few on your stay.
The beaches in the highlands are well worth a visit no matter what the weather.
- Children Welcome
- Dog Friendly