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Ullapool is a small and important town on the north west coast of Scotland, it is situated within 2 hrs drive from Inverness and is close to many of the areas in the Scottish Highlands that people love to visit.

The town is also the main terminus for the ferry to Stornoway, so the MV Isle of Lewis is a frequent visitor. The ferry offices have recently moved to the attractive new building on the pier, but the vehicle waiting area remains the remarkably effective arrangement of concentric lanes right in the heart of the town opposite the ferry berth.

In 2009 the ferry began to operate seven days per week: until then there had been no Sunday service. Another regular caller is the small cruise ship Hebridean Princess.

As a base for exploring the north west of Scotland, Ullapool is ideal. It has accommodation to suit all tastes and pockets, including one of the best (and best located) campsites in this part of Scotland. And since the upgrading of most of the roads further north it is within reasonable reach of many parts of the region that twenty-five years ago would have needed a major expedition to reach.

Ullapool ferry terminal

Ullapool offers some very nice pubs, including the Ferry Boat Inn. It also has a range of shops from the smallest right up to a well-stocked supermarket: anyone on a self catering holiday is sure to be visiting the latter at some point during their stay.

Apart from the more famous attractions of Wester Ross such as Inverewe gardens, and the Victorian Spa town of Strathpeffer, locally there is a leisure centre, full size swimming pool, a golf course and, museum in an old church. In the evenings there is a surprisingly diverse selection of live entertainment throughout the year.

To the north of Ullapool is the fantastic area of Sutherland and Caithness where some of the landscapes will make you feel you are in another planet, not just another country, wild and rugged, yet it also has it's gentle countryside and many small villages, hamlets and historical locations.

Lochinver and Kinlochbervie are two of the communities you must visit if travelling north from Ullapool, and if you do get to Kinlochbervie then take a day or two to look around Old Shore More and the famous and mysterous (supposingly haunted athough I have never seen the ghosts) Sandwood Bay. If you are like us and take your dogs with you nearly everywhere you should be aware that dogs are not allowed on the walk to Sandwood Bay. If you are asked you to keep your dog on a lead (posters and signs) you must always do that even when your dog is well behaved. If you follow the rules then you will have a great day out with your dog and eveyone including sheep and wildlife will be kept safe.

At Lochinver and Kinlochbervie are fishermans missions where you can get a cracking fish and chip supper. The fish and chip shops in Ullapool are also excellent and if you buy one of the jumbo fish just be aware they do mean "big".

Further north are many more places to discover including Durness, Smoo Cave and the lighthouse at Cape Wrath. This website has information on areas around Ullapool and south of Ullapool towards Poolewe and Gairloch.

The area around Ullapool is famous for mountains such as Fisherfield and An Teallach. Many of our mountains are Munros, that is they are over 3,000 feet high and while there are many places you can go for an easy walk into the hills you should always be aware that the mountains and hills can also be treacherous and make sure you take a map and compass with you. The walks we tend to do with our dogs are "on the flat" so to speak and keep to well marked paths. You can see a few pictures we have taken on one of our walks towards Fisherfield, An Teallach range being nearby.

Activities around Ullapool include walking, as already mentioned, sailing, sight seeing, surfing, fishing, golf just to mention a few. A popular holiday activity is a cruise around the Summer Islands and one of these is offered in a high speed boat, so hang on tight and go for an adventure of a lifetime with Seascape for exciting boat trips around Ullapool and the Summer Islands. And for individuals and groups you can hire your own charter boat from Richard Ross who runs a charter service called Creag Ard Charters. Richard has a new boat this season, bigger and better than his old one and it is ideal for scuba diving trips around the Summer Isles, fishing and personalised cruises around the islands and Loch Broom.

From Ullapool you can travel by boat to many of the Islands on the West Coast of Scotland and for an unusual and interesting holiday idea you have a look at Shetland Geotours. Shetland Geotours give you 'off -the-beaten-track' experiences to enjoy the fascinating landscapes, geology, archaeology, history and wildlife of the Shetland Islands.


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