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The Ullapool Bookshop is situated on Quay Street, Ullapool, right in the heart of the village, beside Lochbroom Hardware and The Captain’s Cabin (Ullapool gift shop and Scottish crafts) and is very close to the Harbour and Ferry Terminal. The Bookshop, Captain’s Cabin and Lochbroom Hardware are all owned by the same family run business. The Bookshop is open 7 days a week all year round, please check our Opening Hours for seasonal opening variations and we very much look forward to welcoming you.

The Ullapool Bookshop is an Independent Bookshop and is member of the Booksellers Association and offers a wide selection of Books, Greeting Cards, Maps, Postcards, and National Book Tokens. Please see our About page for further details of our Stock. Enquiries are also welcomed and we very much look forward to hearing from you.

Ullapool Bookshop has just launched a new Ullapool Trading website for niche books, cards and gift sales online.

Within the Bookshop itself we accept Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Visa Debit, MasterCard Debit, National Book Tokens and obviously cash or cheques too.

  • Booktime Magazine features Ullapool Bookshop

    Booktime Magazine is a bi-monthly free magazine which we are proud to stock at Ullapool Bookshop. This month we are especially delighted to be featured as the ‘Bookshop Says’ ‘Ullapool Bookshop’ on pages 8 & 9! If you click on the link below an electronic copy is available, or of course pop into the bookshop to collect your own copy and read all about us

    https://indd.adobe.com/view/431260fa-0bb9-467a-b030-e49d68e642d4?fbclid=IwAR0fNNo_dk1VO13hdSi6eKL5QHEF33aLPuUVXChdXhJ6-DSY2VzTJVf0__s

  • Delving into the Darkness: BBC Scotland

    We are delighted that the BBC Scotland magazine programme ‘Loop’ has recently transmitted a new programme called ‘Delving into the Darkness.’ This programme includes crime writer Val McDermid who was interviewed both here in Ullapool and at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Some of the footage of Val McDermid was filmed when she was in Ullapool for her ‘My Scotland’ book event recently with Alan McCredie, but also you may spot the Ullapool Bookshop in the film too!

    For those of you who want to see the programme, it can be found here on iPlayer: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m0007pd6/loop-2019-delving-into-the-darkness

     

     

  • Browse a Bookshop

    Ullapool Bookshop was delighted to be recently featured on the IndieBookshops blog, website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as part of the monthly ‘Browse a Bookshop’ feature.

    Ullapool Bookshop, Ullapool

     

  • New edition of ‘Hutton’s Arse: 3 billion years of geology’

    A superb 2nd Edition of Hutton’s Arse by Malcolm Rider and Peter Harrison is now available.

    The extraordinary and beautiful scenery of the Northern Scottish Highlands has been created by a geological history lasting over three billion years. The new and thoroughly up-dated edition of this popular book takes its readers through those three billion years, shows the rocks, visits the places, introduces some famous researchers and presents the geological theories that have been inspired by the Highlands. Even though the influence of this magnificent place can be overwhelming, the book is about geology and the modern science involved. It is written for all to understand. It is a book for non-specialists interested in modern science, scientists and all lovers of the Northern Scottish Highlands. The text is sometimes light-hearted, but the science is serious. The subjects covered are as wide as he the splitting open of the North Atlantic Ocean: a time when the Earth resembled modern Mars; early continent formation; billion year old bacteria; the very beginnings of human evolution; Snowball Earth; and, inevitably, climate change. This is modern science wrapped up in good writing and humour: a rare combination.

  • Exploring Scotland

    Exploring Scotland…is the title of our monthly display area in the bookshop. If you are getting out and about, why not try The Book of the Bothy published by Cicerone Press, or Robert Macfarlane’s excellent book The Wild Places? There is also a stunning new coffee table book featured called Scotland : Highlands, Islands, Lochs & Legends
    by Claudia Martin (£19.99 hardcover)

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