Ullapool Youth Hostel

About About this youth hostel

From its spectacular seafront location on the NC500, Ullapool Youth Hostel offers wonderful, ever-changing views over Loch Broom and the Beinn Dearg mountain range.

Perfect for groups, families and individual travellers, this warm and welcoming hostel offers guests a variety of room types, all of which can be booked as private rooms. Only one of the rooms is en-suite but there are ample shower and washroom facilities.

Guests can opt for continental breakfast served in the dining room with views over the harbour (please remember to pre-book), or take advantage of the well-equipped self-catering kitchen. Relax with a craft beer or glass of wine in one of the hostel’s comfortable lounges, both with views over the loch. WiFi access is free for all guests and other facilities include an excellent laundry and drying room and cycle storage for up to 15 bikes.

The hostel is within easy reach of local shops, bars and fine restaurants serving fresh local produce.

The bus station with connections to Inverness is only 300m away and you can catch a boat to Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis from the nearby ferry terminal.

Book now and discover one of the prettiest fishing villages in the Highlands.

The hostel is also available for exclusive private rental.

For information on hostel accessibility please click here

Why stay?

  • Friendly, helpful staff
  • Spectacular seafront location
  • Secure lockers
  • Private rooms available

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Ullapool Youth Hostel

Based on guest review ratings
Shore Street, Ullapool IV26 2UJ Get Directions

Facilities & Services

Season

April to October (RentaHostel available all year)

Reception Hours

08:00-10:00 and 16:30-22:30

Check in

16:30

Check out

10:00

Access Hours

The hostel is closed between 10:30-16:30. The lounge area is usually available for guests until midday

Amenities

Free Wifi

Private Rooms

En Suite Rooms

Family Rooms

Catering

Guest Kitchen

Alcohol Licence

Lounge/TV Room

Laundry Room

Drying Room

Secure Lockers

Towel Hire

Bike Store

Free Tea and Coffee in Guest Kitchen

Shopping Nearby

Guest Reviews

From its spectacular seafront location on the NC500, Ullapool Youth Hostel offers wonderful, ever-changing views over Loch Broom and the Beinn Dearg mountain range.

Perfect for groups, families and individual travellers, this warm and welcoming hostel offers guests a variety of room types, all of which can be booked as private rooms. Only one of the rooms is en-suite but there are ample shower and washroom facilities.

Guests can opt for continental breakfast served in the dining room with views over the harbour (please remember to pre-book), or take advantage of the well-equipped self-catering kitchen. Relax with a craft beer or glass of wine in one of the hostel’s comfortable lounges, both with views over the loch. WiFi access is free for all guests and other facilities include an excellent laundry and drying room and cycle storage for up to 15 bikes.

The hostel is within easy reach of local shops, bars and fine restaurants serving fresh local produce.

The bus station with connections to Inverness is only 300m away and you can catch a boat to Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis from the nearby ferry terminal.

Book now and discover one of the prettiest fishing villages in the Highlands.

The hostel is also available for exclusive private rental.

For information on hostel accessibility please click here

Why stay?

  • Friendly, helpful staff
  • Spectacular seafront location
  • Secure lockers
  • Private rooms available
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Reasons to visit

Ullapool is one of the prettiest fishing villages in the Highlands and has a plentiful supply of local restaurants and bars, a leisure centre, swimming pool, museum and theatre. It's easy to spend time in this vibrant Highland community with regular music nights, festivals, cultural and arts events. A host of activities are available in the local area - ask our team for advice.

Ullapool Youth Hostel sits on the famous North Coast 500 and provides an excellent base for exploring the North West Highlands with its iconic mountain scenery, beaches, sea lochs and islands. Ferries leave daily for Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis and there are cruises to visit the Summer Isles.

Established by two local lassies in 2016, the Seafood Shack is well worth a visit for a high quality local takeaway, freshly caught and landed by local fishermen. 

Other attractions worth exploring include:

  • Knockan Crag National Nature Reserve
  • Corrieshalloch Gorge
  • The Bone Caves
  • Stac Pollaidh mountain
  • Ullapool Hill