The 5 bedroom property is located in the conservation area on a quiet cherry blossom tree lined road in the centre of Ullapool. It is close to the harbor front, pubs, restaurants and all the amenities. It has dedicated guest car parking in front of the property. See why Westlea has won the Trip Advisor 2015 service Award and been included in the prestigious Michelin Guide 2016.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Westlea House?
The five themed rooms allow you to choose the style and accommodation to meet your needs, but all have large comfy beds, high-quality cotton linen, luxurious ensuites with powerful showers and quality toiletries, tv and free wi-fi, fresh tea and coffee. For those who really want to pamper themselves or use for a wedding bridal suite, there are have two rooms with Victorian freestanding baths in the bedroom. The interior is very stylish with surroundings that make guests feel special but also very welcome. The guest's lounge has art, books, a log burner and a stylish, comfy seating where you can relax, chat, read or share a drink with friends. The open plan dining area enables guests to use this for other uses, such as courses, art, study, work or eating.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Ullapool area?
To the north of Ullapool are the beautiful areas of Assynt and Coigach. The walking is perfect for those who simply love to amble through the countryside, to the much more challenging for seasoned hikers who may want to climb the Munroes. Beach lovers wil be spoiled for choice with the wide expanses of sandy beaches, washed by clear blue seas. Beaches to be found nearby include Gruinard Bay, Achmelvich, Clactol, Achnahaird and Mellon Udrigle. From Ullapool harbour, local boats make trips out to the Summer Isles to see the wonderful scenery and the wide variety of wildlife. You may see seals, dolphins, porpoise, whales and very many breeds of birds. Scotland is, of course, the home of golf and golfers will not be disappointed with experiences on offer in this area. Whilst on your holiday, why not take one of the daily ferry crossings from Ullapool harbour over to Stornaway on the Isle of Lewis? Spend some time exploring the Outer Hebrides, islands included in Trip Advisor's top ten islands in the world.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Breakfast is included and a wide range of breakfast suit all tastes and appetites, using fresh local produce and specials of the day. For those who do not want to rise too early, they can offer a pre-order service so that you can receive the ‘Lazy Day' continental style breakfast to enjoy in your bedroom at your leisure (not on day of departure).