Beach House

As the name suggests, this fabulous holiday home is set on the shores of Loch Broom in the north West highlands of Scotland. An ideal base for visitors to the region wanting to explore, tourers passing through, or those looking for a little bit of Highland peace and tranquillity.

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Lochside Location

Overlooking Loch Broom, Beach House lets you relax looking across the seas to the mountains, taking in the marine life, sea birds, fishermen and ferry. Spectacular sunsets in the morning end as tranquil sunsets at night.

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Sea Life & Fishing

Ullapool was and is a fishing village. Boats still work from the harbour passing by Beach House. Porpoise and Dolphin visit and live in the loch and at the Summer Isles. All these can be visited on boat tours and you can fish from the beach.

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Beach House is set on the front street of Ullapool over looking the sea. A fishing community established in 1788 but with local settlements dating back to the iron age, this part of the was originally designed by the engineer Thomas Telford and still retains much of the original character and features.
Beach House itself was built by and is still owned by the same family over 100years ago. Generations of fishermen and Highlanders have been raised within these walls and now you can share their experience in a newly renovated and beautiful self-catering holiday cottage.
On the shores of Loch Broom, Ullapool is a thriving and vibrant wee village offering a base for exploring the region, stopping to enjoy the village and culture, or a stop off for those touring or perhaps on route through the North Coast 500 – Scotland’s answer to Route 66!
Take a look around our site to find out more about the house, village and area.

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