Badrallach a welcoming place...
Booking Information

a) A 30.00 deposit is requested with all bookings. For the cottage this will be returned following departure providing guests leave the cottage as they find it. Deductions will be made for all breakages at cost (especially gas mantles) and properties not left as found! Happily this rarely happens.

b) On cancellation deposits and payments will only be refunded if rebooked but we are human, so if you have a last minute problems please let us know

c) Subletting is not allowed

d) For the cottage the full sum is payable one calendar month prior to entry, reminders will not be sent. For camping, bothy and B&B please pay the full amount less deposit on departure

e) If confirmation of booking is required please send an SAE with deposit

f) Telephone bookings will be held one week only pending payment of deposit

g) All cheques should be payable to "Owne Okie" please

h) Send all payments to: Owne Okie, Badrallach, Dundonnell, Ross-shire IV23 2QP

i) If you have any food dislikes, other dietary or bedding requirements please let us know on booking

j) All prices include VAT


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On arrival all guests are requested to park in the camping field or cottage car park and visit us at the croft office, the white house just along the road where we will provide keys, information and instructions on how to operate stoves, gaslights etc Please don't use these without instruction, especially unsupervised children.

Other things

Pots, highchairs, fire screens, babysitting, laundry, coal and lots more can be provided if requested, please ask for availability and prices. A serviced laundry and drying facility is available in Ullapool.

If we are full

Try other accommodation nearby, SYH Ullapool and Gairloch,Sail Mhor Hostel, Aultguish Hotel and bunkhouse, Dundonnell Hotel, Cottages and B&B Ross Family Camasnagaul, B&B Braemore Square.

© Michael Stott

© Michael Stott

© Michael Stott

© Michael Stott
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