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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, lease 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. At the moment we don’t sell online. However, if you see something on our website or have been in the shop before and would like to purchase a particular item, please get in touch with us.

For payment we accept Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Visa Debit, MasterCard Debit, National Book Tokens and obviously cash or cheques too.

  • Changes to Opening Hours

    Tonight (Saturday 22nd September) sees the last of our summer evening openings with the Ullapool Bookshop closing at 9pm this evening. From Monday 24th September our Opening Hours will be 9am-6pm Monday to Saturday and 10am-5pm on Sundays.

     

  • Best crime novel of the year

    Writer Liam McIlvanney has won the 2018 McIlvanney Prize for the crime book of the year at the Bloody Scotland festival in Stirling.

    His book, The Quaker, was described by judges as the standout winner of this year’s competition.

    The prize was renamed two years ago in memory of Liam’s father and author, William McIlvanney.

    Last year’s winner was Denise Mina for her book, The Long Drop.

    Next wek Liam will be here at Literally Literary at Loopallu Festival.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-45604924

  • No more plastic

    With the news emerging almost every day of more plastic being discarded and other greener alternatives being sought, here at Ullapool Bookshop we have 2 new books in stock, which couldn’t be more topical: 1) No. More. Plastic. and Turning the tide on plastic by Lucy Siegle.

  • HIghland Journal by Jack P Harland

    Now available from Ullapool Bookshop:

    Jack’s love of hillwalking began with a trip to the North-West Highlands where he and his son, Tom, began to explore the extraordinary mountains of Coigach and Inverpolly. Now this experienced hillwalker and geographer writes Highland Journal, an illustrated memoir looking back on his adventures.

    Joining the Jolly Boys, an anarchic group of Munro baggers, Jack was initiated into the world of hillwalking. Highland Journal records his adventures, the geology, the natural history and the idiosyncrasies of his climbing companions. With hair-raising moments such as walks in the deep snows of the Highland winter using crampons and ice axe and a mountain rescue on the Cuillin of Skye, readers witness the author’s transition from wide-eyed hillwalking novice to competent mountaineer.

    Illustrated with Jack’s own drawings and watercolours, Highland Journal also includes distinctive relief maps of each mountain climbed. The book will appeal to hillwalkers and Munro baggers, as well as readers interested in landscape and wildlife and lovers of adventure.

  • Tanera
    One of our new local books is a beautiful coffee table book by Photographer Kevin Percival, which is called Tanera. This A4 size book encompases a six year project to photograph the largest Summer Isle, from the buildings, to the landscape, to the people who work there. We have a display copy in the shop as well as copies for sale of this beautiful book of black and white professional photographs.
    £35

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