Dacama House, Ullapool

Dacama House Ullapool TripAdvisor

About Dacama

- A bit about us and what we offer -

  • Dacama Ullapool

    Dacama welcome to our home

    A modern home that is warm and welcoming, we hope to see you soon.

  • Dacama Ullapool Bedroom

    Bedroomsclean and spacious

    We offer 3 bedrooms, 2 doubles and 1 twin. All en suite.

  • Dacama Ullapool

    Ullapoola Highland village

    A traditional fishing village on the shores of Loch Broom.

  • Dacama Highlands

    HighlandsUnspoilt beauty

    The Highlands of Scotland are one of the best unspoilt locations.

  • North Coast 500

    North Coast 500Scotland's Route 66

    We are well placed for those touring on the North Coast 500.

  • Stornoway Ferry

    FerryGateway to the Hebrides

    The Stornoway ferry runs from Ullapool, Dacama is a great stop over.

Welcome to Dacama

Dacama is in Ullapool, a fishing port on the coast of the north west Highlands. Set in one of the most beautiful and unspoilt areas in Europe, we offer a great stop over or base for touring or visiting the Highlands of Scotland.

Dacama is our family home and we welcome visitors coming to stay with us and hope to make them welcome and comfortable for however long they stay. We have a choice of three bedrooms, two doubles and one twin, all ensuite and spacious.

What we offer at Dacama

We have 3 rooms in our home 2 doubles and 1 twin. Our home is a quiet comfortable modern house with off street parking. Each of our rooms has Tea/Coffee making facilities, En Suite shower room, towels and Freesat TV.

WiFi internet access.

Dacama Parking


Dacama Freesat TV

Freesat TV

Dacama Tea/Coffee


Our rooms

- Double and Twin Bed Rooms -

Room Type Low
from October to June
from July to September
Double 65 70
Twin 65 70


- Things to do and see around Ullapool -

Local Links

Some activities and places to visit

Do and see

Ullapool is host to a number of festivals including Loopallu music festival, Ullapool Book Festival, Ullapool Guitar Festival, Ullapool Beer Festival, Skiff Regattas and Dance Festival. All attract big names but in a friendly small environment that make them great and very popular.
Boat Trips
The CalMac ferry runs between Ullapool and Stornoway on the Hebrides - in the summer 3 sailings a day make it possible to visit for a day. The Shearwater visits the Summer Isles from Ullapool Harbour seeing sea eagles, dolphin, whales, seals and porpoise, and Sea-scape is a RIB that runs to the bay and islands seeing wildlife and the spectacular views.
Outdoor Activities
You can go out to walk, climb, cycle, swim, snorkel and a multitude of other activities yourself as we are surrounded by great coast and hills. There are also some guides to help: Tim Hamlet Mountaineering, North West Sea Kayaking, NW Snorkel Trail (self led), Assynt Fly Fishing are just a few..
Local Sights
Just driving around the area will find some amazing sights but here are a few we suggest as they are favourites of ours too: Corrieshalloch Gorge and Waterfall, NW GeoPark, Inverewe Gardens, Knockan Crag,  Ardvreck Castle, Achmelvich Beach.- all within an easy drive and on the North Coast 500.

Food, drink and more...

We have a number of galleries in and around the village as well as arts and craft shops and courses. An Talla Solais is a community gallery, RhueArt is home to James Hawkins but also exhibits visiting artists, Jan Kilpatrick offers course in Elphin and Ullapool and Bridgehouse Art is residential in Ullapool.
Food and Drink
We do not offer evening meals ourselves but there are some great places locally and also some good places nearby if you fancy a drive and lunch in the day. The Arch Inn, The Seaforth, The Royal, Morefield and Argle all offer evening meals. Salt in Achiltibuie is great for seafood and Kylesku Hotel is worth a drive and Deli-ca-sea Ullapool's best traditional takeaway fish and chips.
Nearby Villages
Whether touring after us or looking for a day trip, there are some great villages north and south of Ullapool inlcuding Achiltibuie and Coigach, Lochinver, Drumbeg, Kinlochbervie and Durness to the north, and Dundonnell, Poolewe, Gairloch, Aultbea and Kyle of Lochalsh to the south. If travelling the North Coast 500, please take your time and appreciate the Highlands.
Handy Contacts
Some useful contacts locally: Lochbroom Car Hire, Traffic Scotland , Ullapool Medical Centre, Weather Forecasts..
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