New Website for Forest Way!

Welcome to our new website which has seen a few improvements and updates applied for a much more enjoyable user experience.

We hope you like the changes but if you have any suggestions for improvements or see any mistakes please let me know and I will be only too happy to see what I can do.

More About Us…


Climb one or more of the 26 Munros, 19 Corbetts and 16 Grahams all on our doorstep. The area has some of the most iconic mountains in the UK such as Suilven, An Teallach and Stac Pollaidh.

North Coast 500/Touring NW Highlands

Embark on one of the world’s most iconic coastal touring routes, and discover the breath-taking beauty of the North Highlands; a place where you’ll find white sand beaches, rugged mountains, hidden gems and a wealth of unforgettable experiences.

Road Cycling/Mountain Biking

Enjoy the stunning scenery from your saddle. Road cyclists and mountain bikers are spoilt for choice in this area with a number of routes for all abilities.

Cape Wrath Trail

Do the famous long distance walking route and immerse yourself in nature and some of the best landscapes in the country.

Eating Out

Ullapool is the nearest place to eat and it is famed for its fabulous seafood.  You will find no finer place than the award winning Seafood Shack plus a number of good restaurants to choose from.

Nature on our doorstep

See dolphins, seals, whales and many birds on a boat trip or take a walk in our wilderness and see deer, otters, red squirrels, eagles and many more birds.  The wonderful landscape is so diverse with mountain, forest, waterfall, loch, cliffs and beaches that this provides the perfect enviroment for a vast amount of wildlife and natural geological delights.

Photography & Dark Skies

Whether you are an individual photographer or organising a group course, our area offers some of the best landscape photography in the UK. Throughout the whole year the changing light and landscape are what makes this area so magical to capture on lens.  Occasionally we get to see displays of the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) and our dark skies are perfect for night photography and astronomical viewing.

Trip Advisor Reviews

star rating  Stayed in the bunkhouse with my wife and 2 friends on a cycling/munro-bagging trip in May. The bunkhouse is fairly small with 2 x 4 bed en-suite rooms with a... read more

avatar thumb rmc12York
June 6, 2017

star rating  Stayed for a couple of nights in the bunkhouse. Beautiful surroundings - lovely garden and path down to the river. Friendly host who was able to make some great mountain... read more

September 7, 2020

star rating  What can I say. Stayed for 6 nights while walking the local munros. Ideally located, very clean, brilliant facilities at a very reasonable price. The owner Iain is a top... read more

July 22, 2021

star rating  We stayed here for 1 night a few weeks ago. We booked it last minute as we were due to camp but the weather was too windy and wet. Iain... read more

avatar thumb dominiquemountney
September 26, 2017

star rating  Owner very welcoming and showed me around. Lovely garden area to sit outside with tables and chairs, good kitchen, showers and comfortable beds. Good value for money and good location... read more

August 24, 2019

Facebook Reviews

5 star review  Great accommodation and base for exploring the hills around Ullapool.

thumb Robin Wallace
March 31, 2017

5 star review  Top quality place to stay ....... Set in beautiful surroundings run by a real Gentleman with outstanding knowledge of surrounding area !! Highly recommended 😁

thumb Graham Young
March 29, 2017

5 star review  I've stayed here twice now. It's a fine wee bunkhouse, comfortable beds, good showers and ideally located for plenty of local hills, with the Fannichs, Deargs and An Teallach in easy reach, and not too long a drive to get into those lovely Assynt hills. The owner is a keen walker and has a lot of excellent local knowledge. You also get a free beer. Highly recommended 🙂

thumb John-Paul Bell
March 29, 2017

5 star review  Great little bunkhouse in a very convenient location for bagging loads of Munros and Corbetts :). Comfortable beds, a decent kitchen and an effective drying room. I've stayed a couple of times and will certainly return. Iain (the owner) is also an invaluable source of advice on hill routes.

thumb David Pettit
April 1, 2017

Google Reviews

5 star review  Great value for money, very clean and tidy. Recommended!!

thumb Caledonia Wanderer
November 18, 2018

5 star review  Nice place, very quiet. Clean. Friendly owner. Highly reccomended!

thumb Gianni S.
August 24, 2017

5 star review  It is a nice little place. The bunk house is well maintained and it’s neat and clean. Host is really warm and helpful in nature. The kitchen is also well equipped. I would suggest this place to everyone who wanna go up to grave or Ullapool.

thumb nichith ratheesh
January 9, 2019

5 star review  Me and 2 friends bunked here for 1 night. Lovely little place surrounded by forests, very peaceful. You can hear the water flowing nearby which creates a tranquil environment. The owner, Ian is a lovely man. His family is also on the site who are also lovely people. The communal area in the bunkhouse was spacious and offered everything you need. Each guest room has an en suite with 4 bunks in each room. You can also rent these rooms so if you're with a small group you can create a private area. If I ever do the nc500 again I will stay here!

thumb Zak Scutt
September 7, 2018

5 star review  Iain and his dad were some of the nicest people we met on our trip through and round Scotland we couldn't have asked for more! The room we stayed in we paid a little extra for to book it out, it was very clean and tidy with a lovely drive area to sit outside. The area around this site should be considered an area of outstanding natural beauty. I would highly recommend staying here if you are in the area!

thumb Nicholas Rudd
September 20, 2018

5 star review  I had just cycled DOWIS, Dover to Western Isles and this made a great change after a month in my tent. £20 was great with me. Comfy bed, good hot shower, nice kitchen and a warm welcome. Thank you

thumb John Boardman
August 2, 2018

Guests can check in anytime between 4pm and 8pm.  If you wish to arrive outside these time contact us to let us know.

Breakfast is only provided as standard for guests staying in the B&B.  The Bunkhouse is self catering with full kitchen facilities which guests can use for evening meals and breakfast.

All linen is provided for all rooms.  Towels are provided in the B&B however guests in the Bunkhouse will need to bring their own towel or these can be hired for £1 each.

We can do a pick up service from Ullapool and the surrounding area.  Minimal charges will apply to cover petrol costs.  If you require a pick up service please notify us as early as possible as this service has limited availablity.

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