How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Hotel Ullapool
Travel Blogs from Ullapool
... of Skye and the ferry to get back to Mallaig, where we had lunch.On the Isle we went to the Clan Donald centre but could not stay long as we needed to catch the ferry. Journey back to hotel was via Fort William , where we lunched yesterday, past Ben Nevis but today we stopped at the Commando memorial, very moving , set in a spectacular place.
Left Glasgow early again , beautiful weather . Drove to the banks of Loch Lommond to catch a boat cruise up the Loch. Glided past Rob Roy's cave , now convienently marked Cave. After that travelled up through the valley of Glencoe, spectacular scenery every way you turn your head, also the place where the Campbells massacred the ...
... as they stuck with us the entire journey back to Ullapool. The local chemist opens at 9am in the morning when I intend to buy up their stock of midge repellant. Luckily we weren't the only people affected as a couple sat outside the local fish and chip shop were eating dinner in full bee-keeper outfits! We're heading off to the Outer Hebrides tomorrow, where our holiday really gets underway... Until next time, ...
... it seemed unlikely we'd be able to find a room. The owner was very apologetic and began phoning around to other B&Bs, calling in favors. He found us a room at Tamarin, a very luxurious B&B just outside of town. We took it, and wearily wended our way there, to find that it was fabulous beyond all expectation. Our room was actually a suite, with bath, dressing room and a bedroom/sitting room combo. The three large windows looked out over ...
... feeling, try to walk on water. Thankfully, the rain did clear and we decided to walk another ridge to get back down. The ridge inevitably ended in a hill so steep that my gammy water-logged feet simply sat down in protest. So sit down I did, too, and I slid down that hill collecting wet grass and sheep poo on the way while swerving to avoid the bigger rocks. In the words of Kirsten, ‘I’ve never seen anyone get down a hill that way’.
The end of my time ...