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The Sheiling, Ullapool, Highlands

The Sheiling
The Sheiling Guesthouse
Garve Road


IV26 2SX | View map

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The Sheiling Guest House is Ullapools finest Guest House, a very comfortable, modern home, which stands peacefully beside the shore of Loch Broom, Ullapool. The Sheiling is set within one acre of its own grounds and enjoys spectacular views of mountains and lochs.

Ullapool is a fishing village located on the North West coast of Scotland. It provides access to the Outer Hebridies and the numerous nearby islands including Lewis, Harris, North & South Uist, Benbecula and Barra. Ullapool itself has many attractions including a museum and many scenic walks.

The Sheiling itself boasts a comfortable residents lounge with open fire and TV, which is available all day should the weather be inclement, and a spacious split-level breakfast room where only the best of Highland fare is served. Both these rooms look out over the loch. Also located within the grounds is the ‚ÄúSportsmans Lodge‚Ä? comprising laundry, drying room, sauna and shower, and secure motor-cycle store.

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