Sunset over Ullapool

  • Established in 1788 by the British Fisheries Society

  • Original design by Thomas Telford

  • Population: 1308

  • Pictish settlements

  • Viking port

  • Norse ‘Ulla-Bolstadr’ meaning ‘Ulla's steading’

  • 57º 51.9' N, 05º 13.8' W

  • Google Map

  • 55 miles north of Inverness

  • Ferry point to Stornoway and Lewis

 The Village

Located where we are gives the village a unique identity - a mix of self-reliance established through necessity, and also cosmopolitan mix, a blend of cultures coming together through migration, those visiting and travelling, and those working and living here.

The village offers many things to many people and it is not uncommon to find a blend of nations and cultures here throughout the year and often in our bar.

The Seaforth offers a base within the village to meet and share experiences, tales and tips, drink food and some great days and evenings.

Hope to see you here!

 Where we are

 Staying Here

Ullapool is a great base for visiting and experiencing the true Highlands of Scotland.

There are hostels, hotels, B&Bs, self-catering and camping all offering accommodation according to demands and budget.

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