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|Eating Out Within Two Miles|
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“Sustainable Green Tourism” – Rubha Mor promotes the use of “Eco-friendly” and “Fair Trade” products; a local “Social Enterprises” supporting vulnerable adults (hand-made soap/candles); and locally-sourced food, arts and crafts.
“Resource Efficient Scotland” encourages us to recycle, compost and reduce waste, and use our resources efficiently. Our solar PV panels help reduce our electricity usage, (LED bulbs/switching off “standbys” etc.); water is metered, and heating oil is monitored to reduce waste. Our garden has organic vegetables and fruit, and a diverse range of habitats to encourage wildlife and increase biodiversity.
“About Us” - In 1988 we moved from Bedfordshire to work in salmon farming. We were told “if you survive two winters you’ll be here for ever”! Paul now works for the Scottish Environment Protection Agency as a Flood Advisor; is an expert ornithologist and loves to sail. Kate runs everything and works in Ullapool’s High School office, gardens and rows skiffs! Our son Will graduated in 2013 (Env. Science & Outdoor Education); then completed a “Machair to Munro” adventure by kayaking around Scotland and climbing all 282 Munros in winter, using a bicycle and tent. He won the National and Scottish “Adventurer of the Year” award in 2015, and now works as a kayak guide. Emma, our daughter worked in France for a year and hopes to graduate in French at Stirling in 2016. Emma is also a keen sailing instructor and works in the local tourist office.
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