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We enjoyed an inexpensive hotel night, a good meal and an exquisite performance of Scots folk music all at the Ceilidh Place. It was a very convenient staging post for continuing by ferry to Lewis. The Ceilidh Place experience is highly recommended.
Not that impressed - ordered starter which came out within 15 mins - then main courses waited over 50 mins - had to ask waitress if they had forgotten us - food arrived about 5 mins later - I had fish & chips - be...More
The bunkhouse at The Ceilidh Place is across the street in a separate building from the hotel and restaurant. We had a four bedded (2 bunks) room between three of us. The room was a good size with table and chairs, plenty hanging space, a...More
Having walked round most of Ullapool and found everywhere extortionate for eating, we came across this place. Waited at the sign that said "wait here to be greeted" and nobody bothered so, I approached a desk with staff. Restaurant was almost empty and I was...More
This is a review of the restaurant, coffee shop - we haven't stayed at the hotel. The Ceilidh Place was once our place of choice to eat out in Ullapool. However, over the space of ten years years we have seen the leaking roof in...More
$104 - $195 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Katrien S | Reviewed this property |
You can take a room at the ceilidh place bunkhouse. I stayed there one night on my own. Mind you, the comfort level is really low for that price. Apart from the youth hostel, the only cheaper place in Ullapool would be the... More
You can take a room at the ceilidh place bunkhouse. I stayed there one night on my own. Mind you, the comfort level is really low for that price. Apart from the youth hostel, the only cheaper place in Ullapool would be the campsite and a tent. ;-)
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"It's a great hotel to use as a base for dat trips to the north."