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Caledonian Hotel 'A Bespoke Hotel’, hotel in Ullapool

Caledonian Hotel 'A Bespoke Hotel’

Hotel in Ullapool

The Caledonian Hotel overlooks Ullapool harbour and the colourful fishing boats on Loch Broom.

7.0
Good
5,144 reviews
Price from£108.30per night
The Ferry Boat Inn, hotel in Ullapool

The Ferry Boat Inn

Hotel in Ullapool

Enjoying stunning loch views, The Ferry Boat Inn in Ullapool offers en suite rooms in the Scottish Highlands.

6.2
Pleasant
767 reviews
Price from£121per night
Argyll Hotel, hotel in Ullapool

Argyll Hotel

Hotel in Ullapool

Situated in the small fishing village of Ullapool, the independent Argyll Hotel boasts free Wi-Fi and free parking.

5.8
Above average
681 reviews
Price from£143per night
The Arch Inn, hotel in Ullapool

The Arch Inn

Ullapool

Facing the beachfront in Ullapool, The Arch Inn features a bar. There is a terrace and guests can make use of free WiFi and free private parking.

8.2
Very good
1,820 reviews
Price from£89.70per night
Harbour House, hotel in Ullapool

Harbour House

Ullapool

Set in Ullapool, Harbour House has a garden. This guest house offers luggage storage space and free WiFi. The private bathroom is fitted with a bath or shower.

9.1
Superb
2,500 reviews
Price from£130per night
Dacama House, hotel in Ullapool

Dacama House

Ullapool

Located in Ullapool in the Highlands region, Dacama House features a garden. There is a sun terrace and guests can make use of free WiFi and free private parking.

9.1
Superb
448 reviews
Price from£85per night
Croft No.8 Bed & Breakfast, hotel in Ullapool

Croft No.8 Bed & Breakfast

Ullapool

Located in Ullapool in the Highlands region, Croft No.8 Bed & Breakfast features a garden. This property offers access to a terrace, free private parking and free WiFi.

9.7
Exceptional
338 reviews
Price from£95per night
Riverside, hotel in Ullapool

Riverside

Ullapool

RIVERSIDE is situated in Ullapool, 300 metres from the harbour and ferries to Stornoway. Free WiFi and parking is available. The rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making...

9.1
Superb
603 reviews
Price from£110per night
Ullapool Youth Hostel, hotel in Ullapool

Ullapool Youth Hostel

Ullapool

Ullapool Youth Hostel, located on Ullapool seafront, offers views over Loch Broom and the Beinn Dearg mountain range. Rooms in the hostel vary in size, including private rooms.

8.5
Very good
607 reviews
Price from£61per night
Ardvreck House, hotel in Ullapool

Ardvreck House

Ullapool

Located in Ullapool, Ardvreck House features a shared lounge, garden and free WiFi throughout the property. All units in the guest house are equipped with a kettle.

9.3
Superb
784 reviews
Price from£163.80per night
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What guests said about Ullapool:

  • 10

    Ullapool surprised us, it was not as big as we expected but,...

    Ullapool surprised us, it was not as big as we expected but, that is not a negative, it is a beautiful little town. We had the best fish and chips from a take away. We bought books in a lovely book store near the hotel. The people are lovely and friendly. We really enjoyed our stay there in a beautiful hotel.
    julie
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Ullapool is a quiet and charming village set on a harbour...

    Ullapool is a quiet and charming village set on a harbour where the Stornaway Ferry departs twice a day. It is a very picturesque spot. People are very friendly. The Caladonian hotel has a good restaurant and a lovely tearoom for lunches and snacks. There are several places to enjoy local seafood. I stayed at the Millview B&B which was a short walk from the ferry, and walking distance to the local supermarket. It was a great place and Dawn was a terrific host. The room was very clean and nicely decorated. The bed and bedding were very comfortable.
    Janine
    Australia
  • 8.0

    Pretty little village. Gateway to the isles via the ferry.

    Pretty little village. Gateway to the isles via the ferry. Locals were friendly. A great outdoor shop (Ullapool Outdoors) with good walking and camping gear at reasonable prices. Not many coffee shops to be had. It has a supermarket which is very useful. Very few other shops. Some lovely eateries. Also a great place to see the surrounding area.
    Maxine
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    A lovely little town.

    A lovely little town. Very helpful staff at the museum, with great tips on how to spend time in the area. As a result got to attend Chicken Day at Elphick! An absolute delight. The Museum itself was very interesting. Loved the bars at the Argyll and at the Ferry Boat Inn.
    Desmond
    Australia
  • 8.0

    Ullapool is quaint popular place with a variety of cafes,...

    Ullapool is quaint popular place with a variety of cafes, bars and restaurants. We found that most places closed around 5. We were able to get a meal in a local hotel. We were lucky to see a lovely sunset across the harbour.
    A
    Anonymous
  • 8.0

    Quaint little village with main port to Stornoway.

    Quaint little village with main port to Stornoway. Lots of nice little shops and eating places. N.B. If travelling on early ferry out of port the breakfast options are few and minimal. CalMac does GREAT food on board the ferry!
    Bryan Thompson
    United Kingdom

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Ullapool

  • From £85 per night
    7.9
    Good · 173 reviews
    Thank you, Lochview Guest House, for your prompt action to arrange for our stay at the neighboring B&B! That worked out really well and salvaged our stay in Ullapool. It would have been disastrous if we had been forced to find other lodging on short notice, since there would probably not have been anything available because the neighboring B&B took us in more as a favor to the owner of Lochview Guest House, since their sign indicated that they had no vacancies. Luckily, the owner of Lochview Guest House spared us that trouble.
    Anthony
    United States
  • 9.3
    Superb · 784 reviews
    The perfect place. Tucked away off the road out of Ullapool, its the perfect spot to relax for a few days or a quick stop on the NC500. Owners were great, rooms are clean and some serious OCD touches (toilet paper folded, all the complimentary shampoo/moisturiser bottles facing the same way, everything in line. Never stayed in such a perfectly presented hotel. Super super clean. Breakfast in the morning was perfect and the views of the Loch while you eat are to die for.
    Robinson
    United Kingdom
  • 9.3
    Superb · 318 reviews
    As described Ardlair is a really well appointed B&B, with wonderful views over Loch Broom. The room was very clean and glamorous on a par with a 4 star hotel. Due to current COVID restrictions there wasnt a breakfast available but there was an option for a continental meal and plenty of breakfast snacks and coffees. I loved the wee decanter of whisky, much needed after a long drive. Thank you for a great place to base our break in Ullapool.
    John Campbell
    United Kingdom
  • 9.7
    Exceptional · 338 reviews
    Ideal location with great views. Whether you’re doing the NC500 or catching a ferry from Ullapool, highly recommend staying at No8 Croft. Host was friendly, welcoming and nothing too much trouble. Room was very clean and comfortable, great nights sleep. Perfect poached eggs on toast for breakfast, or you could have opted for fresh fruit salad or porridge. Highly recommended, we look forward to visiting again. Jenny & Mike R
    Jenny
    United Kingdom
  • 8.5
    Very good · 607 reviews
    Very friendly staff and allowed me to store my luggage before check-in and after check-out. I last stayed here 15 years ago and it wasn't as nice as it is now. Although there are bunk beds, the mattresses were comfortable. It is the most reasonable in terms of nightly rates to stay in Ullapool now, especially most of the other hotels and B&Bs have put their rates up to about 110%.
    Animisha
    United Kingdom
  • From £89.70 per night
    8.2
    Very good · 1,820 reviews
    A really nice hotel on Ullapool’s harbour front. Our room was very comfortable and overlooked the harbour. The bar was full of locals when we were there, which is a good sign and had a great buzz. The food in the restaurant was excellent, although we only stayed one night. The hotel is perfect for the Stowaway ferry which is literally only 2 minutes away.
    Bernard
    United Kingdom
  • From £85 per night
    9.4
    Superb · 363 reviews
    First, a very sweet dog greeted us, then a very personable host (Jamie) drove up, and then we walked into our room. The very next thing was to contact our next hotel to see if we could change our reservation and stay longer at Croft 17. And the bathroom was the sixth and nicest so far on our trip. The room was large and contained everything we wanted.
    Fredric
    United States
  • From £85 per night
    7.9
    Good · 173 reviews
    The location was okay, with a 15 minute walk into Ullapool. Ullapool itself was rather uninviting, perhaps due to roadworks on the main road, very overpriced e.g £19.99 for fish and chips. The hotel was very clean and the duvet was particularly soft and comfortable. There was lots of choices of teas and coffees in the room and welcome treats.
    anthony
    United Kingdom
  • From £108.30 per night
    7.0
    Good · 5,144 reviews
    The hotel looked beautiful from the outside which was carried on inside. The room was very clean, comfortable and nicely decorated. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The breakfast was delicious with lots of choice (though I am not a fan of hot food on stone cold plates). We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Ullapool.
    julie
    United Kingdom
  • From £115 per night
    9.4
    Superb · 125 reviews
    Perfect B&B in perfect location, close to everything in Ullapool but set on a quiet, leafy street. Big, comfortable room, with everything you need for a relaxing stay. Imaginative touches include real milk available in the lounge, woodburner lit on request and a selection of single malts for guests to try. Fabulous breakfast.
    Fennie
    United Kingdom
  • From £124 per night
    8.1
    Very good · 212 reviews
    Perfect place to stay overnight before catching the ferry. Place was spotless. Doesn't have a kitchen, but there is a mini fridge and electric kettle so it was easy to make sandwiches and coffee before we left. The place was easy to find and get into. If you are staying in Ullapool, couldn't recommend this place more!
    Rachel
    United States
  • 9.1
    Superb · 2,500 reviews
    Friendly check in. Nice touch was the homemade shortbread and tot of whisky or sherry offered at check in. Breakfast was plentiful. Lovely hotel in good location less than 10 minute walk into centre of Ullapool
    Kate
    United Kingdom
  • 7.8
    Good · 323 reviews
    Friendly staff, small but very clean room, excellent evening meal & breakfast, although We thought that it was a bit overpriced at £150/ night When we got an excellent hotel at Ullapool for the same price.
    JOHN
    United Kingdom
  • 9.3
    Superb · 318 reviews
    All the personal touches. Beautiful decor and furnishings. Great location just up road from center of Ullapool. view from all windows stunning. Excellent in every way. Would love to stay again!
    Kathleen
    United States
  • From £121 per night
    6.2
    Pleasant · 767 reviews
    The view from the hotel was just idilic - over Loch Broom with a mountainous backdrop. The rooms were comfortable and did was delicious. We really appreciated that they were dog friendly too.
    Anita
    United Kingdom
  • 9.1
    Superb · 2,500 reviews
    Beautiful hotel room, slightly on the small size but wowed by the quality of furnishings and decor. Breakfast was lovely. View was stunning. The owners were amazing and we hope to stay again.
    Andrea
    United Kingdom
  • From £108.30 per night
    7.0
    Good · 5,144 reviews
    Wonderful hotel in the center of Ullapool, a lively village in a gorgeous valley cove. Clean rooms, comfy beds, fine breakfast, what more could you ask for?
    Remy
    United States
  • From £89.70 per night
    8.2
    Very good · 1,820 reviews
    great location in town on the Main Street with dedicated parking for the Arch Inn. The room was cozy with comfortable beds and a spacious bathroom.
    Roman
    United States
  • From £143 per night
    5.8
    Above average · 681 reviews
    Great hotel/pub nice room overlooking the harbour. Lovely food served downstairs in the pub sat in front of the log fire. Very dog friendly.
    Tracy
    United Kingdom
  • From £110 per night
    9.1
    Superb · 603 reviews
    very good service, good breakfast and overall clean and well run hotel
    Alan
    United States