Arch Inn10-11 West Shore Street
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In 1788 the British Fisheries Society commissioned Thomas Telford to design a village and port for the emerging herring fishery and it is believed that the property which became The Arch Inn in 1973 was one of the first to be built in Ullapool and was also an Inn and store for fishermen and fish curers.
Very popular with locals and visiting tourists either staying in Ullapool, or passing through, the busy bar offers a warm welcome and two Cairngorm handpumps.
The menu is complimented by daily specials board which includes locally sourced seafood. Regular music nights with Scottish folk, local bands and stand-up acts. Including some “names” known on the radio & TV.
Ullapool represents an excellent base to explore the wild and picturesque West coast of Scotland and being so close to the ferry terminal, a great place to spend the night on the way to, or from, Stornoway and the Western Isles.