The Wester Ross section of the NC500, which includes Loch Broom with its soft beauty, is a delightful contrast to the sections of the route north of Ullapool and south west from Braemore Junction with their more rugged landscapes. A lovely place to relax, take a breather, and spend a few days thoroughly exploring the sections of the route north and south of here, according to weather conditions which can be very localised, and using our expert local knowledge. A great consolidation destination for staying a few days, drawing breath and doing some local discovery.
Of all the locations on the west and northwest part of the NC500 route, we are probably in the best area if the weather turns wet. Being just outside Ullapool, the largest town on this part of the route, you can find plenty to enjoy even when the conditions are not suitable for touring. When the weather clears, we can help you plan your next stop on the journey.
As a business club member of the NC500 we are able to stamp your NC500 passport.
Being on the main road through to Inverness, we are also ideally situated for wet weather trips to enjoy the falls and lovely riverside walks at Little Garve, the nearby Rogie Falls, the delightful Victorian spa town, Strathpeffer, the unbelievable Black Rock Gorge, the Glen Ord Distillery at Muir of Ord, and of course, Inverness.