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Disappointing because some members of the staff are inexperienced and in need of hospitality training or sullen. The buffet breakfast was somewhat lacking, The cooked breakfast was disapointing when compared to other BnBs I have stated at in The highlands. The bedrooms are rather dated...More
We went there for a lunch because the restaurant was recommended in a blog, but we ended up leaving because no one attended us, let alone greeted us. We stand there waiting to be seated, and when we saw that nobody paid us any attention,...More
After along days travelling our overnite stay was at Ullapool, before taking the ferry to Stornaway the next day. Our accommodation was prebooked as part of a self drive holiday. Our room was upstairs and to the back with a view over the garden. The...More
Call for a spot of breakfast in May whilst staying nearby with the motorhome. Very pleasant staff and varied menu. Prompt service and reasonable prices. Great place to sit and watch the world go by. Good outdoor seating available.
This place has a lot going for it theoretically, including being a bit of cultural/social hub with a busy restaurant. The guest lounge is also a really nice space to have available. Our room was generally well decorated and comfortable [although there were no individual...More
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You can take a room at the ceilidh place bunkhouse. I stayed there one night on my own. Mind you, the comfort level is really low for that price. Apart from the youth hostel, the only cheaper place in Ullapool would be the... More
You can take a room at the ceilidh place bunkhouse. I stayed there one night on my own. Mind you, the comfort level is really low for that price. Apart from the youth hostel, the only cheaper place in Ullapool would be the campsite and a tent. ;-)