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Ullapool

Situated within charming Ross-shire, this popular fishing town sits upon the shores of sparkling Loch Broom. This pristine corner of Scotland provides lucky visitors with ample opportunities to visit attractions, take part in exciting activities and explore the stunning surrounding landscapes. There are many nearby path and trails, which will take you on an adventure through mountainous regions, rocky coasts and across grass fields, either by foot or bike.

Visitors should also check out the Inverpolly National Nature Reserve, west of Ullapool. This serene reserve is home to many species of native animals including red squirrels and Scottish wildcats, making it an attractive destination for wildlife photographers, walkers, cyclists and hikers.

We love Ullapool because...

  • Loch-side location
  • Ideal for outdoor lovers
  • Dramatic landscapes
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Hotels
Hotels in Ullapool
Caledonian Hotel, Ullapool
Quay Street Ullapool IV26 2UG

With splendid views of the traditional harbour, this warm and friendly hotel makes for a wonderful Highland stay.

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£65.00pp
Caledonian Hotel, Ullapool
Quay Street Ullapool IV26 2UG

With splendid views of the traditional harbour, this warm and friendly hotel makes for a wonderful Highland stay.

In and around Ullapool

Ullapool Museum

A local history museum that tells the story of the people of Ullapool, through the ages and up until the present day, including the Highland clearances, which deeply affected this area. This treasure trove of relics, paintings and extensive family records makes the museum a delightful place to learn more about Ullapool.

Corrieshalloch Gorge

This 200 feet deep gorge is a majestic sight, with the dramatic Falls of Measach waterfall cascading down the gorge face into the pools far down below. There are many walks in this area, ranging from challenging to effortless strolls, which can take you to various lookouts as well as over the bridge, rewarding you with an awe inspiring view and a fantastic photography opportunity.

Knockan Crag

This utterly dramatic nature reserve is comprised of craggy cliffs, reaching up deep in the ground and creating a fantastic spectacle for all to admire. Controversy was rife among scientists when confronted with Knockan Crag, with the top side of the cliffs being older than the bottom – contrary to the current understanding of the time. This site is now known as a ‘fault site’ in the tectonic plates, the first to be discovered in the world! This means that you can touch and admire a piece of the earth’s outer crust when you visit Knockan Crag.

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