M: +44 (0)7535 273364
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|Only One Bedroom|
|Open Fire or Stove|
|Eating Out Within Two Miles|
|Winter Short Breaks|
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For the adventurous, Kayak Summer Isles (www.kayaksummerisles.com) and Hamlet Mountaineering (www.hamletmountaineering.com) offer personal and expertly guided trips to explore our unique landscape and hidden wonders (see websites for rates).
In the summer, Ullapool offers boat trips and ranger guided tours to explore the area, its scenery and wildlife. Discover the "North West Geopark" with self guided road tours. There is a Saturday Market, and a vibrant, local arts and music scene to inspire you, with a variety of festivals throughout the year (www.Ullapool.com).
Local facilities include: Lochbroom leisure centre and swimming pool (we provide cards for free access); museum, 9 hole golf course, and art galleries; and there are a variety of shops, pubs, eating places, and take-aways, including the famous "Seafood Shack". The mobile "Screen Machine" cinema visits about four times a year.
At Rubha Mor we support the aims of "Sustainable Tourism" and a "Green" approach to living. We recycling to minimise waste and use “Eco-friendly” and “Fair Trade” products. We also support our local shops and social enterprise scheme “Made in Ullapool”. Our garden has a diverse range of habitats to encourage a rich variety of wildlife, which can often be enjoyed from the sofa!
Paul and Kate moved to Ullapool in 1988 and were told "if you survive two winters you'll be here for ever"! Our son Will is "Kayak Summer Isles" and our daughter Emma works in Tourism and has excellent French.
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