Westlea House is an exquisite boutique style bed & breakfast accommodation, boasting five bedrooms, a welcoming guest’s lounge and dining area, wet room, lockable shed for bikes and off street vehicle parking. Situated within the conservation area in the centre of Ullapool it is perfectly located on a quiet street just back from the harbour front and is an easy stroll to all the restaurants, bars, shops and amenities. Westlea House is the perfect destination for couples or groups who want to treat themselves to something a bit different and special all year round because your enjoyment and comfort matters to us.
The five themed guest rooms have been carefully planned to ensure that guests are able to relax in bright, spacious bedrooms, each having a different style. Two luxury rooms have freestanding Victorian- style slipper baths perfect for a romantic getaway or use as a wedding bridal suite. All the beautifully appointed rooms have luxurious en-suite facilities with powerful rainfall showers, large comfortable beds, luxury Egyptian cotton bedding, beautiful furnishings, interesting art, tv, free wi-fi access and tea and coffee making facilities.
The stylish guest’s lounge, complete with contemporary wood burner, separate seating areas, art, books and vinyl records will entice guests out of their rooms. The open plan dining area serves as breakfast area but also allows guests to use it for other activities.
You are spoilt for choice at breakfast time, being able to choose from a varied selection that uses fresh local produce, eaten in the dining area or pre-book a lazy day continental style breakfast to have in your bedroom. You can also pre- order a sandwich pack to take out with you.
Room rates: Prices are from £45-£50 per person based on full occupancy of the room, per night including breakfast. Pre bookings of minimum two nights only can be accepted. Payment is due on departure.
Terry and Shirley, the owners also rent the highly acclaimed Sealoch House, a luxury, contemporary 3 bedroom holiday home featured in the Times and Telegraph national newspapers.
Westlea House, 2 Market Street, Ullapool,
Ross-shire, IV26 2XE
Type: Bed & Breakfast
Disabled Facilities: no
Pets Welcome: no
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.