Set overlooking Ullapool, only a 10 minute walk from the centre of this beautiful Highland village, the Stonehouses combine the best of two worlds – the rural and the village experience.


The scenic hillside location backs onto the Ullapool Hill Path network. Within minutes, you can discover a secluded mountain environment high above Loch Broom and gazing towards the mountains of Assynt and Coigach; returning later to a sauna or luxury bath, relaxing by the log fire while watching the ever changing light across Loch Broom and the Summer Isles.


Ullapool is a thriving community renowned for its music, arts and culture. Local, national and even international musicians frequently perform throughout the year at Ullapool’s pubs and venues. Local arts are featured in exhibitions at the local arts centre (An Talla Solais) and Ceilidh Place and local and national crafts can be found in Ullapool’s shops and galleries. Quality shops offer a range of necessities, comforts and luxuries. Local pubs, cafes and restaurants offer a wide variety of food and refreshments. See things to see and do.


Only 70 minutes drive from the Highland capital of Inverness, but within the heart of the North West Highlands, Ullapool is set within one of the most stunning scenic areas of Scotland. Sandy secluded beaches and inlets, remote lochs, waterfalls and streams and stunning mountain and moorland landscapes wait to be explored.

“The house is absolutely wonderful – everything we hoped for and more – shower and bath particularly superb and the langoustines were the best we’ve ever tasted - thanks so much for taking the trouble to get them for us. We also appreciated the hi-fi and gave it a good workout.”
Julian and Jill
Helensburgh, July 2014
“Thank you so much for looking after us in this superb setting and building. Stonehouse/Treetop is fantastic and the views are wonderful. We have had a great week walking, running, cycling and mountaineering. The Langoustines (lively straight off the boat were delicious)”
Gillian and Ian Knowles
Edinburgh July 2014