The Ceilidh Place Bunkhouse, 14 West Argyle St. Ullapool, IV26 2TY
Call Reception on 01854 612103
Bunkrooms, bar and live music in UllapoolThe Ceilidh Place is a small complex, consisting of a music venue/performance space, restaurant, hotel, bar, bookshop, coffee room, gallery and bunkhouse. There are regular ceilidhs and concerts (sometimes jazzy/classical) at the Ceilidh Place with visits from folk musicians and small touring theatre companies occuring regularly. The bunkhouse does not have self-catering facilities but the coffee shop is open from 8.30am to late evening, 7 days a week. It serves hot food, soups, salads, great coffee and cakes and is a super place to relax, read and write cards or memoirs. Rooms are also available in the hotel where there is a social living room area and balcony. The village of Ullapool is a small exciting port and fishing town, with ferries from the Outer Hebrides. The Ceilidh Place is in the centre of Ullapool. It is also next to the campsite. The bunkhouse is much favoured by hill walkers and families as an ideal base for touring.
This accommodation is featured on our map of West coast of Scotland, Skye and the Hebrides and here is its own website.
Beds & Rooms:Bunkhouse: 32
Price per night:Get in touch for prices.
Booking:Booking is advisable in summer.
Directions:Turn right after the pier and first left. Check in at Ceilidh Place reception.
- Nearest train station Garve (33 miles). Citylink coaches from Inverness stop at Ullapool pier a short walk from the bunkhouse. Phone (0990 505050) for details. Also leaving from the pier are ferries to Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis.
- Long Distance Walks North Coast 500 Cape Wrath Trail
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The reason holiday makers love Ullapool…
January 7th 2023
Ullapool is a beautiful coastal town located on the West Coast of Scotland. It is surrounded by stunning landscapes, with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and lochs. The town itself has a rich history and culture, with a number of interesting attractions and activities to enjoy.
Some of the things to do in Ullapool include exploring the local history at the Ullapool Museum, visiting the picturesque harbour and waterfront, taking a boat tour of the surrounding lochs, and enjoying the local cuisine at one of the many excellent restaurants in the town.
For those who enjoy the outdoors, Ullapool is a great place to go hiking, cycling, or fishing. There are also a number of beautiful beaches nearby, which are perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and exploring.
If you’re a fan of music and arts, you’ll love the regular ceilidhs and concerts that are held at The Ceilidh Place. There are also visits from folk musicians and small touring theatre companies, so there’s always something interesting happening at The Ceilidh Place. The Ceilidh place also has a fantastic bunkhouse with 32 beds and a campsite. This is amazing, affordable accommodation, perfect for holiday makers. Here are 5 reasons why holiday makers love to stay at The Ceilidh Place Bunkhouse
- The bunkhouse is located in the heart of Ullapool, making it easy to explore the town and all it has to offer.
- The bunkhouse has a range of accommodation options available, including private rooms and shared dormitories.
- The bunkhouse has a fully equipped kitchen and common area, perfect for socializing and cooking meals.
- Guests have access to free Wi-Fi throughout the bunkhouse.
- The bunkhouse is situated next to The Ceilidh Place, a popular venue for traditional Scottish music and dance. So if you’re looking for a night of entertainment, you don’t have to go far!
Overall, Ullapool and The Ceilidh Place Bunkhouse is a wonderful destination with something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for adventure, relaxation, or cultural experiences, you’ll find it all in this beautiful corner of Scotland.
The Ceilidh Place
December 8th 2020
There is something for everyone here.
We are a small complex consisting of a music venue/performance space, restaurant, hotel, bar, bookshop, coffee room, gallery and bunkhouse. There is something for everyone here. Our bunkhouse has eleven rooms can sleep a maximum of 32.
There are regular ceilidhs and concerts (sometimes jazzy/classical) at the Ceilidh Place with visits from folk musicians and small touring theatre companies occurring regularly. If you want to see what’s on and come and stay with us visit http://www.theceilidhplace.com/.
We look forward to seeing you!