Hotels in Ullapool, Loch Broom and Dundonnell

Morefield Motel, Ullapool

Morefield Motel    Ullapool

The Morefield offers value for money.motel style accommodation with facilities at ground level with accessible parking.for customers.vehicles directly outside the room. We also welcome well behaved dogs..The aim is to provide a good night s sleep followed by a hearty Scottish breakfast to start the day.with the added extra of fine fayre.wines and whiskies for the evenings. It is known as a friendly family run fully licensed business where customers needs matter most.

Aultguish Inn, near Garve

Aultguish Inn    near Garve

Family run Inn with rooms set in a remote Highland location offering a warm and cheerful welcome to all travellers with superb home-cooked hearty food.Log fires in the bar.with sofas to lounge in with plenty of space for a friendly chat at the bar.Comfortable rooms for a refresing nights sleep..A remote traditional Scottish roadside inn on the A835.by Glascarnoch Dam.between Inverness and Ullapool.

Caledonian Hotel, Ullapool
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Caledonian Hotel    Ullapool

The Caledonian Hotel have well presented.comfortable accommodation comprising of.17 double rooms.44 twin rooms.19 single rooms and 3 triple rooms which are all en-suite. We are located in the center of Ullapool and a short 5 minute walk from the ferry terminal to Stornoway. We offer complementary Wifi in the lounge and bar areas.The Caledonian is Ideally situated for walkers whether a gentle afternoon stroll by Loch Broom or a little more challenging on some of the best mountains in the UK.

Argyll Hotel, Ullapool
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Argyll Hotel    Ullapool

Quality independent hotel.bar and restaurant in the North-West Highlands of Scotland.Stunning views.friendly relaxed atmosphere.award-winning bar and top rated restaurant

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