Ullaview Bed and Breakfast overlooks the beautiful village of Ullapool in the West Highlands of Scotland, with spectacular views of Loch Broom and the Summer Isles, the hosts welcome you to their home.
Ullaview have worked hard to ensure they follow Government and Industry Covid-19 guidelines and have processes in places to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing. They have been granted the Good to Go mark from Visit Scotland so you can have confidence in the safety of their bed and breakfast.
From those that wish to explore, cross to Lewis and then Skye via the ferry, or are just passing through Ullaview offer you a place with walking access to all the village attractions but quiet enough to get a good night's sleep.
Guests may choose between a range of rooms which are bright, modern and comfortable, which come with complimentary super fast WiFi, parking and include housekeeping. Prices are for room only. Breakfast packs are supplied in each room.
Ullaview Bed and Breakfast is located on the A835 NC500 route situated on the hill at the entrance to Ullapool.
Situated on the shores of Loch Broom, Ullapool offers the perfect place to explore the Highlands of Scotland. Commissioned by the British Fisheries Society and designed by Thomas Telford in 1788, the name Ullapool is taken from Norse and highlights the Viking Heritage of the area.
The village now has almost 1500 inhabitants and has become a very important port and tourist destination. Situated just over an hour along the A835 from Inverness, Ullapool is the perfect place to continue onto such beautiful places as Achiltibuie, Lochinver, The Summer Isles and John O'Groats. While nearby there is Leckmelm Gardens, Lael Forest Garden, Corrieshalloch Falls, Dun Canna fort, Achmelvich Beach and a wide range of Hills and Munros to walk and climb.
The Harbour of Ullapool is the bustling lively heart of the village with boats from all over the world landing catches you'll never be short of experiencing the best seafood the Atlantic has to offer. Even the local celebrity Sammy, the resident grey seal, knows this is the best place to come to eat.
The harbour also boasts tall ships, cruise ships, research vessels and many other visitors from around the world providing spectacular sights all year round. But it's not just boats to be seen. Ullapool has a diverse range of wildlife including sea birds, eagles, red squirrels, dolphins and whales.
Culturally, Ullapool plays host to a wide range of festivals and events including the Ullapool Book festival, Loopallu Rock and Pop festival, Ullapool Guitar festival, angling competitions, tall ship visits, geology workshops, traditional Gaelic dance, and museum and galleries. Throughout the year the local pubs also host a wide range of musical artists from local talent and international artists showcasing everything from traditional Scottish contemporary music to modern pop and rock, while Ullapool Pipe Band performs weekly in the village.
Eating out in Ullapool offers a range of food from locally sourced sea food, to pub food and Chinese and Indian cuisines & takeaways. While for small meals there are a number of coffee shops, delicatessens and a local Tesco to stock up at.
- Children Welcome