Ardmair Bay House was created to provide many of the luxuries of a modern hotel, with the relaxed, comfortable and informal atmosphere of your own private holiday home. Decorated in a contemporary style and complemented by modern finishings and designer detailing. The ground floor features a large lounge area with wood burning stove, a fully equipped modern kitchen, games room, utility room, bedroom and wet room/bathroom. The upper floor has 2 spacious bedrooms which are complemented by ensuite bathrooms. An incredible master suite overlooks the bay and beyond and provides an incomparable view. Outside, Ardmair Bay House features a large seating area, a BBQ and a luxurious hot tub with 30 massaging jets.
What makes a stay at Ardmair Bay House unique?
Ardmair Bay House was designed with special respect for the environment with a great emphasis on the materials used for insulation during construction. The wood-burning stove takes full advantage of the heat recovery system that has been incorporated into the house, by providing energy-efficient circulation to the house in the summer and winter.
What is the capacity for Ardmair Bay House?
The house can accommodate up to a total of 6 adults or a large family. You will find 1 bedroom on the ground floor and 2 on the first floor.
in the dining and living areas, there is seating for up to 6 guests.
The house has 1 downstairs wet room, 1 upstairs bathroom with a steel bath plus an additional 2 ensuites bathrooms.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Ullapool area?
Try out the fresh fish caught in the bay by the resident fisherman, and have it personally delivered to Ardmair House.
Visit the Ullapool or Royal Dornoch Championship Course for a round of golf, not only are they two of best courses in the Highlands, but they boast the most spectacular seaside backdrop where even the greatest golfers will be challenged. Discover one of the world's most beautiful coastlines and charter a yacht for one day. Renowned for their outstanding beauty, the Summer Isles are a group of majestic islands that range in size, from little more than rocks to the last inhabited island, Tanera Mor. Numerous sea birds, seals, dolphins, porpoise, whales and eagles can be found on the islands and the surrounding seas. Without a visit to a working whiskey distillery, no visit to Scotland is complete. Climb a Munro, or two! Scottish Munros attract thousands of people from around the world. Take the wheel of some of the best cars in the world, on some of the best roads in the world and drive Scotland's Route 66 in a performance car.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The dining room has seating for up to 6 guests and spacious, fully-equipped kitchen with all the appliances that you will need to cook up a storm, but if you do decide to eat out then Ullapool has many well-established restauranst and bars in the town all offering excellent places to eat or drink.