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    Hotel in Ullapool

    Anyone got any recommendations for a hotel/B&B in Ullapool?

    Will be up there with a few buddies on 6th and 7th May and need to get something booked I would think.
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    I just stay in the hostel when I am there.

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    I stayed here morefeild motel it's no 5star but the food was bang on and not too far to town

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    bit of a shithole really but cheap as chips, particularly if you want single rooms, breakfast was ok. Good evening meals round the corner right on the front

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    Riverside guest house. Stayed a couple of times. Very good.

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    Got to be the Arch Inn Bilks...

    http://www.thearchinn.co.uk/

    Good rooms and a cracking view to enjoy a post biking beer with

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    If ever want Lochinver i lived there for a few years so i have a few suggestions - Arch in Ullapool is a great pub - good food too.

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    Just booked the Royal Hotel for later in May. Looks OK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frautzi View Post
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    I stayed here morefeild motel it's no 5star but the food was bang on and not too far to town
    Good ales too.

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    Another vote for the Arch inn. The hostels are ok too.

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    Arch Inn for hotel, Ladysmith guest house recommended. Both in centre of village. Ferry boat Inn has best selection of beers at the moment.

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    Ferry Boat Inn, +1

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    Arch inn is good, and it's nice to sit by the edge of the loch in the late afternoon/evening - but they can charge like a wounded buffalo. The Royal is good accommodation, recently refurbished - and is a lot cheaper.

    Ladysmith guest house gets good reviews.

    You have to try the fish and chips at Seaforth on they quay - the best I have ever had, consistently.

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    We stopped at the Riverside B&B/Hotel for GOTC 2010, that was clean, tidy, modern.

    http://www.riversideullapool.com/

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    We usually stay in the Ceilidh place bunkhouse which is across from the hotel itself. The rooms are clean warm and the showers good. You need to climb into the top bunk though.

    http://www.theceilidhplace.com

    For food we've used most of the hotels and restaurants. I'd agree with what's said above that the best we've had was last year in the Arch inn but since the weekend was a washout weather wise, first in over a decade, we spent most of the day in the pub.

    Plenty of choice and plenty of different prices.

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