The picturesque fishing village of Ullapool just 11 miles north of Ardindrean  is nestled on the shores of Loch Broom and is a vibrant thriving community of around 1,500.  The older part of the village is part of Thomas Telford's original design and many of the buildings date back hundreds of years.  
Locally there is a great choice of varied walks in the area, mountains, coastal and inland. Three miles north of Ullapool is Rhue lighthouse and at Ardmair Bay is the Isle of Martin belonging to the community.  South from Ullapool are attractions such as Leckmelm Gardens and Arboretum, Lael Forest Garden, and Corrieshalloch Gorge and the Falls of Measach.
The village has a wealth of things to see and do, such as Musuem, Leisure Centre with Pool and Tennis courts, Golf club, Cycle hire, Guided walks, Fishing, Boat trips, Art Gallery, many cafes, restaurants and takeaways, and a variety of shops, including Post Office/Grocery shop, Fresh fish shop, Deli and a Supermarket.


Clachan Lochbroom Heritage Society :
Clachan ChurchClachan Lochbroom Heritage Trust is responsible for the historic Clachan church and community owned since 2018.  Clachan church stands on the shore of Loch Broom and is just a couple of milesfrom Duncan's Barn.
In 1773, a last communion was held at the Clachan Church for one of the first waves of Scottish emigrants bound for North America. The sailing ship Hector was moored in the loch nearby, and from the church the Highlanders were rowed out to begin their journey to Pictou in Nova Scotia.
The Church – rebuilt in 1817 – is today being gradually renovated, and is open to visitors most Tuesday and Friday afternoons (but please check our Facebook page before visiting).
Tel : 01854 655216     E-mail:
Postal Address: Sara Callaghan, Cherrybank, Ardindrean, Lochbroom, Ullapool, IV23 2SE

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