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 Ullapool: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Ullapool is a small town town quick summary:
Ullapool was founded in 1788 as a herring herring quick summary:
A herring is a type of small oily fish found in the temperate, shallow waters of the north atlantic....
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/u/ul/ullapool.htm   (818 words)

 Ullapool holiday accommodation for Ullapool and area
Ullapool is in the North West area of the Scottish Highlands.
Ullapool harbour is a busy fishing and ferry port with The ferry leaving Ullapool for the Outer Hebrides, the local fishing boats supply many of the sea food restaurants with fresh lobster, prawns and fish.
Ullapool Scotpackers Hostel - and they have low cost internet access to allow you to keep in touch with your friends and family (open to the public).
www.camusnagaul.biz /ullapool.htm   (572 words)

 Ullapool Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland
This is a legacy of the town's origins, being designed and built in 1788 by Thomas Telford and the British Fisheries Society.
This is in the old parish church, and covers a range of topics including crofting, fishing, emigration and the history of Ullapool and its area.
Finally, Ullapool boasts a coastal golf course, full details of which are available on the Undiscovered Scotland feature page for Ullapool Golf Club.
www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk /ullapool/ullapool   (794 words)

 Ullapool B&B accommodation Wester Ross Highlands of Scotland - Waterside
Ullapool is a central base for driving north and south to explore this unique landscape, and is an ideal location for enjoying outdoor activities such as hill walking and fishing.
Ullapool is the ferry terminal for sailings across The Minch to the Isle of Lewis.
Ullapool is just 90 minutes drive from Inverness which has bus, train and plane connections with the rest of Scotland and the UK.
www.waterside.uk.net   (599 words)

 Ullapool Area Main Page on Undiscovered Scotland
Otherwise most of the focus from Ullapool is north, towards the glorious mountains and scenery of western Sutherland.
Twenty five miles north west of Ullapool on the Coigach Peninsula is the old crofting village of Achiltibuie with views to the Summer Isles and beyond.
Ullapool is also a great centre for walking and it has a golf club.
www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk /areaulla   (563 words)

 Ullapool & Wester Ross Accommodation & Travel - The Internet Guide to Scotland
Ullapool is full of souvenir/craft shops, guest houses and hotels, it bustles all day long in summertime with people arriving off the ferry from Stornoway on Lewis or waiting for the next one.
Citylink coaches operate between Ullapool and Inverness to connect with the ferry to Stornoway (isle of Lewis).
Suilven, in the village of Rhue, 3 miles north of Ullapool is a vegetarian B&B with 1 ensuite double room and 1 twin room.
www.scotland-inverness.co.uk /ullapool.htm   (4553 words)

 Ullapool and Loch Broom's Guide to Ullapool Wester Ross Highands Scotland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Accommodation in Ullapool There is a range of accommodation from bunkhouse, youth hostel, caravans and camping, self-catering, BandB's, Motels and Hotels large and small to cater for any budget.
Ullapool is a picturesque fishing village, add that to the range of facilities and activities available and you have the perfect highland holiday.
Ullapool is an ideal base from which to explore Wester Ross and the Highlands of Scotland.
www.ullapool.co.uk   (562 words)

Ullapool is based on the Northwest Highland coastline.
Ullapool is on the northwest coast of the highlands.
Caledonian MacBrayne's operate the ferry from Ullapool to Lewis, their timetables change in the winter and should be consulted prior to planning a visit.
www.broomfieldhp.fsnet.co.uk /ullapool2.htm   (344 words)

 Suilven Rhue - Vegetarian B&B in Ullapool Northwest Scotland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Within reach are many interesting attractions: a museum in Ullapool, which shows the unique geology, archaeology and biology of the region; forest walks and gardens including the world- famous Inverewe Garden an hour's drive to the south at Poolewe.
It is possible to engage in a number of activities in the area, including sub-aqua diving, sailing, walking,mountain climbing and rock-climbing.
Ullapool itself is 11/2 hour's drive from Inverness airport where cars can be hired.
www.bvegb.co.uk   (311 words)

 Ullapool   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Ullapool was established in 1788 as a fishing village, and has grown exceptionally with a population of 1600.
There is a leisure complex with a beautiful indoor swimming pool to give wet-weather entertainment, and Ullapool's situation as a ferry terminal makes it an ideal stopping-off point for exploring the Western Isles.
Ullapool has many hotels, guest houses and B and B's.
www.ullapool-golf.co.uk /ullapool.htm   (99 words)

 Ullapool Hotels Accommodation - Hotel Guest Houses B&Bs Bed and Breakfasts in Ullapool - Tourist Net UK guide
Ullapool is the port for the Outer Hebrides and therefore good roads allow easy access to this spectacular highland location.
Ullapool is the ideal location for exploring the west Highlands including Loch Maree, Lochnivar, Gairloch, and the Corrieshalloch Gorge.
We are quietly situated at the start of the Ullapool Hill Walk and only a 5 minute walk from the new golfcourse as well as the village centre which hosts a swimming pool, leisure centre, and tennis courts.
www.touristnetuk.com /Sc/nwhighlands/accommodation/ac-serviced/ullapool.htm   (472 words)

 Ullapool Wester Ross, Scotland.
Our Ullapool visitor guide has information on where to stay, places to visit and useful local information on Wester Ross area of the Scottish Highlands.
Ullapool is a popular holiday centre for visitors to Scotland and you will find all the things that make a holiday in the Scottish Highlands special - coastal areas, mountains including Munros, the nearby Summer Islands, wildlife including dolphins, seals, wild deer and golden eagles.
From Ullapool you can travel by boat to many of the Islands on the West Coast of Scotland and for an unusual and interesting holiday idea I suggest you have a look at Shetland Geotours.
www.ullapool.camusnagaul.com   (537 words)

 Disc Golf in Ullapool by Seonaidh Charity   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
This was the reason for the creation of a new course a few miles outside Ullapool, on the Leckmelm Estate.
At first, many of the legendary Ullapool players were seen returning to the game.
There is a lot of potential flying around the Ullapool area, and members of the L.A.D.S. will hopefully be appearing further afield on this year's BDGA Tour.
www.highlandflingers.org.uk /sc_article.htm   (737 words)

 Ullapool Leisure and Ullaspool
This annual event which is part of the Ullapool Rotary Fun Day and will take place in Ullapool on 16th July.
Ullapool is the largest populated village on the North West Coast of the Highlands and also offers a good base for visitors to stay and there is little doubt that the facilities of the Leisure Centre go a long way to helping Ullapool maintain this.
The leisure centre and swimming pool is also used by the Education Department for the benefit of the school children in the area.
www.ullaspool.co.uk   (174 words)

 Ullapool B&B vegetarian corry lodge chalet
A choice of twin or double bedded rooms are available, both of which have the facility for a foldout bed or cot [these can be provided on request] Each room has a colour TV and en -Suit facilities.
Lochbroom and Ullapool have seen many changes over the years from Vikings [Ullapool and many other place names in Wester Ross come from the ancient Norse] To emigration for it was from here that the first ship left for Canada.
Today Ullapool welcomes tourists from the all-over the world and the village at the height of Summer has a real cosmopolitan feel.
www.corrylodge-ullapool.co.uk   (349 words)

 Accommodation on the West Coast of Scotland - Royal Hotel, Ullapool   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
At that time, Ullapool was a remote little fishing village, with poor mainland communications, and there was certainly no tourist traffic in that era, other than perhaps a very small number of well-do-do gentry.
This horse-drawn coach connected Ullapool with the Garve–Inverness railway, which opened in the late 1800s.
There was a stable block at the eastern end of the Royal Hotel's site and it was here that the horses used on the mail coach would have been stabled.
www.royalhotel-ullapool.com /about   (443 words)

 Ullapool Tourism & Business Association, Wester Ross
Beyond Promotion is very proud to announce that The Saw Doctors will be playing Ullapool Village Hall on June 29th 2006.
But nothing that we can show you in this web site can come near to a real reflection of life as it is lived on the west coast.
Click here to open a new window on the local weather for the Ullapool area.
www.ullapool.com   (523 words)

 Knowhere Contacts UK: Ullapool
Ullapool is a great place with a lot of nice people and this guitarfestival is going to be great!
We did actually go to Ullapool, to be exact: We stayed at the Leckmelm estate in a very nice cottage and returned yesterday.
Hi Ullapool just thought i'd post a message asking if anybody up there know's a Jasmine Thompson or Potter as we were friends all through school the last i heard she had moved there.
www.knowhere.co.uk /board/kb3217/threads.html?start=20   (1979 words)

The British Fisheries Society created Ullapool as a planned fishing village in 1788.
It is still a busy fishing port and the main ferry terminal for Stornaway in Lewis and the Western Isles today.
This view is seen as you approach from the south or the east looking towards Ullapool down Loch Broom with the sea beyond it is set on a narrow finger of land that points out into the sheltered sea loch.
www.wishfulthinkinguk.com /html/ullapool.html   (175 words)

 Ullapool Accommodation - Westlea Guesthouse - In the centre of Ullapool
Ullapool Accommodation - Westlea Guesthouse - In the centre of Ullapool
Westlea is a family run Guest House situated in the picturesque West Coast village of Ullapool.
We have three letting rooms so you can be assured of our best attention at all times.
www.westlea-ullapool.co.uk   (111 words)

 Ullapool Highlands
Take the Ullapool turning for the A 835 and head through Garve.
Ullapool lies 55 miles from Inverness and is signposted frequently as it is the main ferry link in the area.
At Ullapool approach follow the road down into the village and straight along harbour front.
www.shipsofcalmac.co.uk /terminals_database.asp?terminals=1   (203 words)

 Old Surgery Guesthouse in Ullapool   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Old Surgery is situated in the picturesque fishing village of Ullapool with stunning views of Lochbroom and the surrounding mountains.
And now the Old Surgery in Ullapool is one of the outstanding guesthouses in this holiday and fishing town in the North West of Scotland.
Please have a look around our website, and if you are interested in holidaying in one of the most beautiful areas of Scotland then you can email us, call us or use our enquiry form.
www.oldsurgery.co.uk   (143 words)

 Ullapool accommodation - Ardmair Point - Self Catering Accommodation, Caravan & Camping Park
Situated 3 miles North of the fishing village of Ullapool is a peninsula with a curved pebble bay, set amongst spectacular Highland scenery.
The dramatic Ben Mhor Coigach mountain ridge is the backdrop for this sheltered sea loch where you will find one of Scotland’s most beautifully situated holiday centres with self catering accommodation and touring caravan or camping pitches all with spectacular views and great facilities nearby.
This peaceful location makes an ideal base for those interested in:- bird watching, seal and otter spotting, fishing, climbing, hill walking, boating and diving.
www.ardmair.com   (105 words)

 BBC NEWS | Scotland | Ullapool home to new rescue base
The Ullapool base for the Dundonnell Mountain Rescue Team covers an area from Loch Maree to Glen Affric and as far north as the Sutherland border.
It is the second of three bases being built for the Dundonnell team, with the third planned for Dingwall.
This Ullapool facility had been designed by one of the team members.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/scotland/4608719.stm   (213 words)

 Ullapool Boatbuilders - classic traditional wooden sailing and rowing boats   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Here at Ullapool Boatbuilders on the north west coast of Scotland we are using traditional skills and quality scottish timber to build seakindly wooden boats using skills recognisable to a Viking or a Roman.
Our sailing and rowing boats are all extremely durable and reflect many years of refinement to best serve the people who use and care for them.
We specialise in the build and repair of classic clinker and carvel designs, but may also take on any other method of wooden construction if the project is interesting!
www.ullapoolboatbuilders.co.uk   (199 words)

 Overview of Ullapool   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
By the early 20th Century and with the drop in the herring trade Ullapool did not warrant a rail link and as such the town had a period of decline.
This was reversed with improved road connections and the development of the harbour, for a time accommodating factory ships from Eastern Europe which brought much revenue to the town.
Located approximately 40 miles (64 km) south west of Ullapool at Inverewe is a National Trust for Scotland garden, Inverewe Gardens, which although further north than Moscow is sub-tropical in many of the plants which it houses.
www.geo.ed.ac.uk:81 /scotgaz/towns/townfirst1637.html   (207 words)

 Kilbrannan Holiday Home, Ullapool, Wester Ross, Scotland, self catering, holiday cottage
This Holiday House (Kilbrannan) is a beautiful newly built bungalow situated in the elevated position of Braes, only 1 mile from the seaport of Ullapool, Wester Ross.
With central heating, double glazing, many well-appointed fittings and stunning views towards Loch Broom and the surrounding mountain ranges, Kilbrannan is ideally situated to ensure a very comfortable and relaxing stay.
The Ullapool Hill Path (only 1/4 mile from Kilbrannan) offers a breath-taking walk into the centre of Ullapool (this should take between 1 - 1/2 hours) from Braes.
www.kilbrannan-ullapool.co.uk /exterior.html   (135 words)

 Ullapool - Destinations National Shopping at dooyoo.co.uk
I worked in Ullapool a few years ago, and its a great place to be in - certainly in the summer.
We had a week in Ullapool a couple of years back, and it is a very very beautiful part of the world.
It is a small friendly guest house, with just three rooms, but it has the most superb position in Ullapool.
www.dooyoo.co.uk /destinations-national/ullapool   (206 words)

 Scottish Highland Hotels - Royal Hotel, Ullapool, Scotland
For holidays (vacations) in the Scottish Highlands or for short breaks and weekend breaks at any time of year, you can be sure of a warm welcome at The Royal Hotel in Ullapool.
The Royal Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in Ullapool, Scotland.
The hotel occupies a prestigious location on the main route into Ullapool - but only two minutes' walk from the main quayside street.
www.royalhotel-ullapool.com   (161 words)

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