Traditional 19th Century stone-built dwelling house situated in the centre of Ullapool.
Guest accommodation is comprised of 5 bedrooms, two of which are en-suite and one which boasts and antique four poster double bed. All rooms have access to a television lounge with open log fire.
To start your day well, a full traditional Highland breakfast is offered with many choices including vegetarian, fully cooked breakfast with the famous Isle of Lewis Black Pudding, real porridge, melon and strawberries, yoghurts, a selection of cereals and as much toast as you can eat!!
We are open all year and accept pets by arrangement.
Pets by arrangement only
No disabled facilities but ground floor room available
Mrs Kathleen Mackay
Creagan Guest House
18 Pulteney Street, Ullapool,
Ross-shire, IV26 2UP
Type: Bed & Breakfast
Occupancy: Sleeps 8
Disabled Facilities: no
Pets Welcome: yes
On the east shore of Loch Broom, Ullapool was founded in 1788 as a herring port by the British Fisheries Society. It was designed by David Aitken who was advised by Thomas Telford.