Broomfield Holiday Park, Shore St, Ullapool, Highlands, Scotland IV26 2UT
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Broomfield Holiday Park has welcomed visitors to Ullapool for many years. Set on the banks of Lochbroom in Ullapool, looking out to the Summer Islands and Hebrides. For anyone wishing to tour and camp in the Highlands of Scotland and North Coast 500, Broomfield offers a well maintained and serviced site, centrally located for many of the most popular Highland destinations, and set in an outstanding environment famed for scenery and sunsets alike.
We also have a limited number of seasonal storage pitches available, please contact us for details.
We welcome parties and will try to assist with most requests. Please take a look around our site to learn more about us and feel free to contact us with any enquiries.
Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead at all times when on the site. Single occupancy discount. Children under 16 years old free. (please note; electric hook-up is not available for tents/trailer tents).
Our facility blocks.
We have facilities to meet all camping requirements. Throughout the site we have a number of facility blocks as well as power hookups for touring caravans. We also have a play area for children.
Every year we cater for campers from all areas, be they back packers, bikes, caravans, camper vans and full touring clubs. The site and facilities have been designed to meet all needs our guests may have.
Within a few minutes walk are shops, cafes, takeaways and restaurants offering meals, groceries and souvenirs. The locality of the fishing fleet provides some excellent seafood and we have a supermarket, butchers, deli and chemist nearby. There there are many craft shops and galleries offering locally produced jewellery and clothes.
We are only two minutes walk from the village front and there are many bars, restaurants and shops along side and within easy access from the site. Whether visitors wish to stay within Ullapool or tour the region surrounding us, Broomfield offers a welcoming and pleasant site from which to appreciate the marvels of the Highlands.