large self catering Ullapool
large self catering Ullapool - secluded Highland holiday house on beach
|Weekly season prices||Low £1200||Mid £1400-£1800||High £2350-£2600||Festive £2250-£2500|
|Vernon's review of Old Tweed Mill large self catering Ullapool|
Old Tweed Mill large self catering Ullapool with stunning views
|Further details about this accommodation|
Recently renovated and modernised to the highest standards, The Old Tweed Mill is the is set on its own secluded beach and with the burn running alongside. All the bedrooms command stunning views across Loch Broom and Ullapool.
Sitting room with views towards the loch.
Dining room with open fire and views towards the loch.
Well-equipped kitchen area with range, granite worktops and wooden floor.
Summer room with loch views and wood-burning stove.
Boot room with lavatory.
Two double bedrooms, one with en-suite bathroom with separate shower and lavatory and one with en-suite bathroom with over-bath shower and lavatory.
Two twin bedrooms.
Family bathroom with over-bath shower and lavatory.
Two double bedrooms, each with 5ft bed and en-suite bathroom with separate shower cubicle and lavatory.
Stalking and fishing on a local estate may be arranged at the time of booking.
|Our top 5 reasons why you would choose to stay at this excellent self catering property|
|The house has the privilege of lying directly on its own beach and there are some of Scotland's most beautiful beaches not far from The Old Tweed Mill, including Gruinard Bay, Achmelvich, Clachtoll, Achnahaird and Mellon Udrigle. Further afield, you can explore the beaches of Oldshoremore, Balnakeil, Dornoch or the remote and beautiful Sandwood Bay.|
This is a wonderful location for walkers with Loch Broom sitting in the centre of the of the Fannichs with its range of 9 Munroes. Beinn Dearg and the magnificent An Teallach, perhaps the most magnificent mountain in Scotland, provide everything that the walker and lover of beautiful scenery could want. To the north of Ullapool are the beautiful areas of Assynt and Coigach.Walk in the forests of Lail and Leckmelm or explore the paths above Ullapool which offer fantastic views of the town and the Summer Isles.
The Old Tweed Mill is surrounded by some of the most stunning marine and land animals that the North West Highlands can offer. From otters, seals and porpoises seen from the house, to rare birds of prey such as eagles seen in the hills not far from the house.
From Ullapool harbour, local boats such as Summer Queen make trips out to the Summer Isles to see the wonderful scenery and the wide variety of wildlife - seals, dolphins, porpoise, whales and very many species of bird. Further north, there are boat trips to see the stalactites and stalagmites at Smoo Cave. You can also visit the Wildlife Trust reserve at Handa Island, a ten minute ferry crossing which operates during the summer from Tarbert or charter a boat from Ullapool for scuba diving, sea fishing and scenic days out, with Creagard Charters.
|There are several good pubs and cafes in Ullapool so eating out is easy. Visit the quaint Tea by the Sea for delicious, well presented snacks and lunches. The Ferry Boat on Shore Street offers very good seafood and the award winning Ceilidh Place is renowned for its excellent food and great craic, with live music often on the menu.|