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Inns in Ullapool

Ferry Boat Inn
Shore Street
Ullapool
Highlands

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The Ferry Boat Inn is a well established small Ullapool Inn offering a wonderful lochside panorama with our 9 en suite bedrooms, bar and fine restaurant. The Ferry Boat Inn on Shore Street, Ullapool offers superb views, home cooked Scottish breakfasts and fine restaurant dining in our 18th century Inn, situated overlooking Ullapool Harbour and beyond, to Lochbroom where the Inn is the ideal location for visitors and a warm welcome is guaranteed. We are perfectly situated on the shore of Loch Broom on the north-west coast of Scotland right in the centre of Ullapool. The atmosphere at The Ferry Boat Inn is friendly and informal with a welcoming bar, good food in either our bar or restaurant, great atmosphere and panoramic views over Loch Broom: with an open fire, real ales and malt whiskys available, this is the place to be. The Ferry Boat Inn has a wonderful breakfast room overlooking Lochbroom, with fantastic views to Ullapool Harbour and the mountains beyond. Breakfasts are freshly cooked to order and include local produce such as award winning meat (sausages, bacon and black pudding) from Food for Thought (Ullapool butcher). Our eggs are also sourced locally and are delivered regularly from our local free-range suppliers. We offer a Scottish breakfast, freshly cooked, as well as lunch in either our bar or restaurant. Finally, to end your day, a delicious dinner is served in either our bar or restaurant. In the colder times, our large roaring open fire is the perfect addition to your restaurant experience.

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