Badrallach Bothy

North West Highlands

On the shores of Little Loch Broom, overlooking An Teallach, Badralloch Bothy offers fine hostel accommodation for walking and climbing in the hills of Wester Ross, Caithness and Sutherland. Hot showers, spotless and amazing value at £8.00 per night, the bothy is set in an idyllic natural environment, 25 miles from Ullapool. Enjoy the hiking or hire boats, kayaks, or bikes.

Contact: Owen and Christy Okie

Croft 9
Ross-shire, IV23 2QP
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Tel: 01854 613 240
Grid Ref: 65915
Beds: 12
Open: Open all year
Nearest Public Transport: 10km
Nearest Shop/Pub: 15km/12km

Ullapool Hostel Accommodation, Dundonnel, Loch Broom

Located in a romantic remote setting on the tranquil shore of Little Loch broom overlooking the mighty Anteallach our bothy offers guests stylish but basic and simple, spotless accommodation in an old byre with peat stoves, gaslights and alpine platforms.We have hot showers, kitchen with fridge and sink, but guests bring everything they need as if camping. Boats, kayaks, bikes, and fishing gear can all be hired enabling you to explore and enjoy the area but many guests choose to just watch the golden eagles, otters, red deer, seals, porpoises and occasional basking shark etc. or enjoy the saxifrages, bog asphodel and vast areas of cotton grass billowing in the breeze. Camping, and a self catering cottage are also available (all graded 4 star).Access is off the A832 Gairloch - Ullapool road 1 mile west of the Dundonnell hotel 7 miles along a winding single track road. A warm welcome awaits you all."Exclusive use" available.

Nature-based Retreats and Workshops with EarthMind Fellowship, CIC.

We can provide a variety of nature-oriented workshops for exploring nature, both inner and outer, incorporating herbal medicine and nutrition, health and wellness, stress-management, HeartMath, Wilderness Therapy and creative approaches such as dance, music, art and writing. Or maybe you are interested in running a retreat of your own? If you would like to know more please contact

EarthMind Fellowship Seasonal Retreats presents our Winter Retreat: Deepest Darkness: Exploring the North.

It's January.  New Year’s Eve has come and gone. Old habits will shortly strong-arm your resolutions into submission and oblivion.  Maybe a critical inner voice will guilt you into grudging obedience.  Need some help?  Come rest and do inner work with renowned herbalist and wilderness therapist, Owen Okie.  Renew yourself in the beautiful and remote Scottish Highlands.  You choose what you want to work on, exploring nature, both inner and outer, of our winter landscape or within the shelter of our lovely, warm Bothy.  Come to grips with parts of yourself that prevent growth and well-being.  Make steps toward your highest potential through a variety of nature-based practices.  Gaze into the flames of our warm woodstove and reflect.  Venture out when you are ready, with new tools for transforming stress into resilience.   Spots are filling up quickly!  Email to reserve your place.  More information can be found at

Where: We will be staying at Badrallach Campsite, Bothy and Cottage. There are three options for lodging; camping, bunkhouse accommodations in the bothy, or for a little extra in the cottage (subject to availability).

When: You'll arrive on the evening of January 4th and will settle in.  Our Winter EarthMind Retreat will begin the next morning and will run till the morning of the 9th. 

How Much: In order to make our retreat accessible to all we offer a sliding scale from £200 to £400. This includes, lodging, meals, and activities. A work-stay may be available upon request. 



From £8.00 per person per night

From £8.00 per child per night


From £100.00 whole hostel per night

Exclusive Use:

From £100.00 whole hostel per night

Special Rate:

£70 per night Sole use. £150 per night Christmas & New Year Sole use. Motor bike or car £2.50 per night

Reviews (1)

Excellent bothy with facilities

Reviewed on September 12, 2017

Fantastic bothy with the bonus of modern services - loos, showers and hot water. The bothy retains its original gas lighting which gives a lovely cosy feeling, and heating is via a wood/peat burning stove. There is a kitchen area but you'll need to bring a camping stove to use in there. Location is great - a nice remote glen near to the water and hills.

Stayed September 2017