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Morefield Motel
Morefield Motel
North Road

Ullapool
Highlands

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The Morefield Motel offers motel style accommodation within the fishing village of Ullapool on the North West coast of Scotland. A fully licensed establishment with its own restaurant The Morefield motel provides an excellent base to explore the area.

Ullapool is also the gateway to the Outer Hebrides which includes the islands of Lewis, Harris, North & South Uist, Benbecula and Barra. Shorter trips also leave the pier to the Summer Isles and to view seal colonies on board the MV Summer Queen, this is the only vessel licensed to land on the beautiful island Tanera Mor were you can purchase the unique Summer Isles stamps. Ullapool also boasts a very large variety of things to do in the local area, There are many country pursuits that can be arranged in advance include hill & mountain walking, golfing, river and sea fishing, game shooting and fishing.

The Morefield Motel guarantees a friendly welcome and a peaceful stay. Mainers Steak restaurant aims to be at the fore front of food and menu design in the Highlands of Scotland. We are constantly striving to create exciting and innovative food that is pleasing to the palate whilst maintaining a strong emphasis on the local economy.
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