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The Weather in Ullapool
Above is a climate diagram for Ullapool. July is the warmest month of the year in Ullapool, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 18°. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Ullapool, with temperatures falling below 0°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is February.
Enjoy an authentic Highlands adventure with Ullapool holiday lettings
Nestled in the Scottish Highlands, scenic Ullapool welcomes visitors with its untamed nature, tasty cuisine and lively cultural events. Whether you opt for a spacious house overlooking Loch Broom or a traditional cottage looking onto the mountains, your Ullapool accommodation is the ideal base for enjoying a rustic Scottish escape.
From hearty fare to fine dining in Ullapool
For a small village, Ullapool has a generous selection of restaurants. You’ll find mouthwatering meals with waterfront views, and plenty of fresh fish and seafood. From a classic fish and chips supper to plates piled hight with succulent mussels, there’s plenty of the local catch to enjoy. Head to the Arch Inn Restaurant for well-executed gastropub fare. You’ll also find a selection of vegetarian and international options in town, including at the cosy Frigate Cafe and Bistro.
When staying in Ullapool self catering accommodation, you’ll be on the lookout for ingredients. Find fantastic locally-grown fruit and vegetables at the Ullapool Farmers’ Market, held every Saturday throughout the high season. There's a supermarket in town, as well as a fantastic deli that stocks local and regional produce, ideal for cooking with or buying as gifts for friends back home.
Craggy coastline, wild water and rugged mountain scenery
A trip to Ullapool is all about being outdoors. With craggy coastline, mountain peaks, and scenic walking trails, you won’t be bored in this unspoilt corner of the UK. Hire a boat to take you through Annat Bay to the Summer Isles, and look out for sea eagles, seals, porpoises, whales and dolphins along the way.
Discover the geological wonders at knocking Crag National Nature Reserve where ancient rocks tell the story of millions of years. Walk through the dramatic scenery of Assynt and Coigach, or go ridge walking at Beinn Deargs. Explore the rolling hills of Easter Ross, before enjoying an exciting kayaking trip on the lochs.
Local ceilidh and literature festivals
Each September, Ullapool pulls in the crowds for its annual Loopallu music festival. Drawing global acts as well as local ones, there's a truly eclectic musical mix. There’s also a guitar festival every October, held in the Macphail Centre. In fact, Ullapool is a music hub and you’ll often find ceilidh bands and more playing in venues such as the Ceilidh Palace and the Arch.
Held every May, the Ullapool Book Festival is a celebration of Highland literature. An hour and a half’s drive away, in Dornich, a Whisky Festival is held every October. Ullapool is also the ferry port for the Isle of Lewis, where you’ll find the HebCelt festival: a lively celebration of Celtic culture with music and food galore.
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