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Ullapool Self-Catering Accommodation, Beach Holiday Cottages
Ardmair Point Ullapool
Ullapool Self-Catering Accommodation
Things to do
Ardmair Point is a peninsula close to Ullapool with the sea on both sides, This gives spectacular views to the islands and mountains beyond. One side of the peninsular is the touring Holiday Park on the other side is the self-catering accommodation. In front of the self catering chalets and lodges, otters and seals are often seen in the clear, shallow waters. This is an excellent location for bird watching and unusual coastal species are frequently spotted. The surrounding sheltered and secluded bays make this an ideal place to explore with a boat, and the clear water attracts many divers to the area. Our private pier adjacent is great for fishing from, mackerel and pollock are often caught, crab fishing from it can keep smaller children entertained for hours. Boat moorings can be booked in advance at the park office. We have a weather station at Ardmair Point where you can view the current and past weather conditions
Our self-catering holiday cottages are luxury Lodges, Chalets and Holiday Home accommodation all are located at Ardmair Point 3 miles North of Ullapool. They are all just a few metres from the beach. You will have direct access to the sea and the water’s edge is just outside your door. Cars can be parked right next to your accommodation. There are beautiful views from the large picture windows, looking out over the bay to the mountains beyond. All accommodation is fully equipped for your comfort in this peaceful location. If you bring your own boat you can launch and moor it beside your chalet, There is also a play park available on the holiday park with swings and slides. WiFi is available free in all our self catering accommodation. Pets are allowed in the chalets, but not in the lodges or holiday home.
The nearby fishing village of Ullapool has shops, pubs, cafes, golf course, swimming pool and a leisure centre. For hill-walkers and climbers, the hills, Munros and Corbets of Coigach and Assynt are close by, as is the spactacular Stac Polly. From the neighbouring jetty, There is a ferry in the summer months to Isle Martin, an island with an interesting history. Wildlife such as sea eagles and dolphins can be seen on boat trips to the Summer Isles, leaving daily from Ullapool harbour. Nearby Knockan Crag visitor centre will explain the unique geology of the area, with excellent viewpoints along the way. Inverewe Gardens to the south are National Trust botanical gardens. The villages of Achiltibuie and Lochinver and the beautiful sandy beaches of Achmelvich and Clachtoll make wonderful day trips. Stornoway and the Hebrides can be reached by ferry from Ullapool.