The Aultguish Inn

by Garve, Ross-shire, Ullapool, IV23 2PQ, United Kingdom
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  • Business33

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Ullapool

by Bnmbfe

Can anyone help me on my question?

I am goin to Ullapool with my husband and my 4 year old son on the 6th of July for a couple of days and i was wondering if there was anything intresting going on during that time?
Also if there was any events in Isle of Lewis between the 8th to the 10th of July?

I would really be Greatful for anyones help

Lisa

Re: Ullapool

by Roadquill

Hi Lisa, As Ranger mentioned there is not a lot going on in Ullapool. We used it as a base to explore the national park a bit North. Stayed at the Riverside Inn and drank a few pints of ale at the Seaforth.

The Corrieshalloch Gorge and the Falls of Measach are close by and very picturesque. There is cool bridge over the gorge and a viewing platform.
http://www.ullapool.co.uk/gorge.html

I bit farther along South on the coast are the Inverewe Gardens.
http://www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk/poolewe/inverewe/index.html

Karl

Re: Ullapool

by hawkhead

And watch out for the midgies...... take insect repellent.

Re: Ullapool

by UllapoolVisitor

There can be a lot going on in Ullapool, even though it is a small village. For a 4 year old, maybe not as much.
Watch boats at the harbour - the ferry coming in is always a good sight.
Skim stones from the beach to the right of the ferry pier (not in front of the shops!)
Climb Ullapool Hill
Swim in the fantastic pool
Eat at The Seaforth, The Ceilidh Place, Argyll, Caley, and some others.
There's a good selection of shops - some touristy, some crafty and some utilitarian - Loch Broom Hardware is always fun. Most shops are very welcoming. Avoid the newsagent though, they are rather rude and you definitely won't be welcome with a child in there.
There's a good 9 hole golf course too.

Travel Tips for Ullapool

Where are the toilets?

by scottishvisitor

Most of the small villages have public toilets and you can always pop into a cafe or hotel to use their facilities if need be. Bear in mind the villages are few and far between in this very rural area. We only saw two public toilets while travelling along the open roads, both were south of Ullapool.

The Little Loch

by Bushman23

After a good 30 minute drive, you could be at Little Loch Broom, which has some amazing scenery of it's own, and some fantastic walks. One in particular i Love, leaving from a little Curio / gift shop 5 miles before Dundonnel, the hike goes up into the mountains, to a series of small lochs, eventually ending at a bothy (for the overnight hiker), and a lovely larger Loch.

The walk is easy, flat most of the way, and the path is wide and in very good condition. The Lochs are accessible if you are prepared to go cross country (watch for the Bogs).

West Highlands & Ullapool

by scottishvisitor

"Easter in Ullapool"

Easter was early this year and the snow was late. We thought of visting Easter Ross but Wester Ross held the wild hightlands and the lovely quiet villages of Ullapool and Gairloch. Such a large and remote but perfectly accessable area to explore this was the perfect spot to rewind, relax and enjoy the great outdoors. We didn't mind the frequent snow showers either most fell when we were travelling around. So don't let the weather put you off.

"Ardmair Point"

"A Glimpse of Loch Marie"

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