Come and enjoy our beautiful island
Discover the island’s history & explore the beaches and woodland.
Pontoon Charges: If using your own boat and landing on the pontoon then we have a landing charge of £10 per small boat, with prices on request for multiple landings/cruise boats/commercial use etc. This money goes directly towards maintenance of the pontoon and allows us to keep it open for easier access to the island, so all donations are greatly appreciated. You can make a payment via BACS to “Isle Martin Trust”, Account no: 00118677 Sort code: 832801. By cheque to Isle Martin Trust, 28 Argyle Street, Ullapool, IV26 2UB.
Summer Ferry: Friday, Saturday and Sunday – 11am till 3pm. (weather permitting) from April – September 2019
Enjoy the quiet and calm just a short boat ride from the mainland.
The ferry runs from the Isle Martin Jetty at Ardmair, 3 miles north of Ullapool. On ferry days please contact 07522 929145
The ferry is for foot passengers only. Baby, child and adult life jackets are provided. There is a small car park beside the jetty, parking is tight so please park sensibly to allow as many cars as possible to fit without blocking anyone in.
We ask visitors to the island to give a donation towards the upkeep of the island and the infrastructure e.g. maintenance of pontoon, toilets, paths, interpretation, museum, etc. We offer a discount for local people living within the communities of Lochbroom and Coigach and always welcome people willing to give some voluntary time to help with a variety of tasks on the Island.
Suggested donations towards the upkeep of the island (includes return ferry):
Visitors to the area: Adult- £10; Concession – £5, Children (5 – 18) – £5.
Local: Adult- £5 (residents of Lochbroom and Coigach);
Visiting under 5’s, Local under 18’s and Volunteers – FREE (Donations welcome)
please consider giving generously so that we can keep this community owned island as accessible as possible to all.
For more info contact [email protected]
(we endeavour to respond to enquiries as soon as possible but please note that we do not have full time staff and much of the work is done by volunteers so thank you for your patience)
Stay: There are four buildings on the island providing a variety of accommodation, The Croft House suitable for small bookings, The Mill House for larger groups. There is also the Macleod House and the Boa House.
PLEASE NOTE: We are in the process of updating our website. Some information is out of date. Please contact [email protected] if you need any help or further information. THANK YOU