We ask that while you are touring and camping in Scotland you protect our beautiful, yet fragile, environment. Please dispose of all litter/ waste responsibly, and take care not to start any fires which might cause damage.https://www.outdooraccess-scotland.scot/practical-guide-all/camping
From the end of October when the nights are long we are lucky enough to experience a wonderful show of the Aurora Borealis ( Northern Lights ) – a magical sight, you can link to an App that gives alerts as to when they may be visible. With very little light pollution the night sky is a glorious sight to behold even when the Northern Lights are reluctant to show!
We are open from March till November
Autumn /Winter from £120 per room B&B per night
Spring/Summer from £145 per room per night B&B
April and October – Music Weekends – A gathering of acoustic musicians or, folk who enjoy listening, of all levels who create a full weekend of session style musical evenings. Everyone is welcome to join in with the singing, playing stomping of feet – a great weekend for making new friendships and hearing traditional and modern acoustic folk music.
An informal twice weekly music session, hosted by local musicians is held in The Broombeg Bar from 8pm till 10pm . Everyone welcome to join in!
The majestic Highlands offers many adventures, from Paddle Boating and water sports to Munro Bagging, walking, bird spotting, photography and Mountain climbing. Both Gairloch and Ullapool offer amazing boat trips – you can book on line by following the links – The mountain range of An Teallach offers a challenging climb all year round however the hotel is a handy place to stay for 26 Munros close by. The hotel is also a sanctuary of peace and relaxation, situated at the foot of An Teallach and on the shores of Little Loch Broom
Within easy driving distance there are fabulous beaches, coves and bays – for the brave wild swimming is an exhilarating experience. Paddle boarding at Melon Udrigal or Gruiniard Bay is just fantastic. We are lucky to have some fabulous waterfalls close by too with stunning views.
In Autumn when the dark nights are with us you may be lucky enough to see the Northern Lights,the hotel is part of a group that gets alerts for when auroras may be visible so we can always keep you updated.
You may spot sea eagles, golden eagles, dolphins, seals, deer, feral goats and of course a lot of sheep! So much to see and experience. Fishing is available on the local Estates by prior arrangement with them – fishing permits are available in Ullapool for other areas.