Ulva at last has self catering holiday accommodation available. Enjoy the privacy of Fisherman’s Cottage which sleeps four in two bedrooms, or stay for a night or two at Ulva Hostel.
highlights: golden and sea eagles, slender scotch burnet moth, otters, red deer, grey seals, basking sharks, keeled skimmer dragonfly, orchids … and so much more!
Ulva is a privately owned island with a thriving population of approximately 16 people who are involved variously in traditional sheep and cattle farming, fish farming, oyster farming and tourism. There are no tarmac roads on Ulva, so the main form of transport is quad bikes used by all inhabitants, young and old. The proprietors (the Howard family) are dedicated to creating a balance between the needs of the community and the preservation of one of Scotland’s most unique, beautiful and accessible islands.