Self Catering Holiday Cottages
Inverlael Farm, Ullapool
A perfect base for exploring
Nestled at the foot of Ben Dhearg and the Lael Forest, our cosy farm cottages are scattered across our working family farm, which is just 7 miles from the beautiful fishing village of Ullapool.
Inverlael Farm Cottages are ideally situated for exploring the Highlands of Scotland, located on the famous North Coast 500 Route and within easy reach of popular locations such as Lochinver, Durness, Achiltibuie and Gairloch.
There are 4 traditional stone cottages, all with strikingly beautiful views of the surroundings of Loch Broom. Each cottage is fully equipped for a self-catering holiday including wood burning stoves, diswasher, central heating, double glazing, smart TV, broadband and off-road parking.
Whether you enjoy fishing, sailing, golfing, bird watching, climbing or hillwalking, or are looking for a relaxing, romantic staycation in a spectacularly beautiful rural location, Inverlael Farm Cottages is perfected based for it all.
Situated in a rural haven, right at the side of the Loch, our self catering holiday cottages offer comfortable accommodation
for couples, families, or small groups who want experience all that the spectacular Highlands of Scotland have to offer.
We thoroughly enjoy meeting all our guests and live on the Farm in the Historic Inverlael Farm House. Should you need assistance during your stay you have the comfort of knowing we are we close by.
Our chickens who think themselves people, provide daily fresh eggs which you can buy directly from us. You will often see them roaming free around the grounds in front of the Farm House Cottage and Bothy Cottage.
We look forward to welcoming you soon.
Jane, Johnny & Mary
Inverlael is located at the head of Loch Broom on the A835, the main road running from Inverness to Ullapool. We are approximately 1 hour drive from Tore Roundabout in Inverness.
Ullapool is the nearest village where you will find a great selections of amenities including restaurants, bars, cafes, shops, fuel and car garage, pharmacy, ATM,post office, doctors surgery and a dentist.
The Calmac ferry leaves from Ullapool to Stornaway on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides.
We strongly advise you to travel by car as public transport is very limited.
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From the deer in the fields, to the occasional golden eagle soaring overhead, and the playful grey seals in the Loch, there’s plenty to see, leaving you in awe of the majestic surroundings.
If you’re lucky enough, you can see wild deer, pine martens, rare protected crested newts, ring oozles, cuckoos, barn owls and field mice to Venus flytraps in the forest, all scattered throughout the mountainous countryside – land, sea and sky.
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On the Farm
My husband Morgan fell under the spell of Inverlael over a hundred years ago. He had always longed to live in this magical place, which is a special friendly highland neighbourhood.
However, it wasn’t until 1959 that he was able live here, farm here, and raise our two children Johnny and Mary. Johnny helps with the day to day running of the Farm and you may bump into him during your stay. He is in the process of setting up fishing trips and historic tours around Loch Broom on his boat.
As Inverlael falls under the Clan MacKenzie Land, the Chieftain of Clan Mackenzie kindly took Johnny officially under the protection of Clan Mackenzie and in the old traditional way, granted him entitlement to wear the MacKenzie kilt.
We farm cattle, sheep and sometimes pigs at Inverlael. We have a very fine herd of the Native Luing cattle, ruled over by Anne, our very charismatic highland cow and some even more charismatic hens who will provide you with fresh free range eggs.
We have become part of the Lochbroom Cottages hospitality industry and it is our pleasure to welcome visitors, both Outlanders from the South and our nearer Scottish staycation guests.
We have 26 Munros in the vicinity, spectacular scenery and just 7 miles from Ullapool, the gateway to the Hebrides. We hope the Inverlael experience is one you will never forget !