We have a mixture of twin, family, double and single rooms, most have fabulous sea views. We try, when possible, to accommodate visitors staying for more than a night in our loch facing rooms. All rooms have en-suite shower rooms, digital, flat screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Free broadband internet is available throughout the house.
Several good eating places can be found in the vicinity.
Ardvreck House overlooks Ullapool Golf Course and there is an excellent swimming pool and leisure centre in the village.
Ullapool lends itself well as a base for exploring the area in all directions. The drive between Ullapool and Durness on the north coast is stunning, with interesting stops along the way including Ardvreck Castle and the Knockan Crag geology centre. Other trips include the Summer Isles, Falls of Shin and Gairloch. Each room at Ardvreck is supplied with a detailed folder of what to do and see in the area, including local walks and we are on hand to help with any queries or requests.
Ullapool was founded in 1788 as a herring port by the British Fisheries Society. The harbour is still a busy place today. Fishing boats, sailing boats, ferries and the occasional cruise ship come and go. Ferries sail daily to Stornoway in the Outer Hebrides and twice a week, in the summer months, guided day trips to the Island are available.