Welcome to Ullapool Holiday Homes new website, yes we’ve just had a relaunch! The previous website sprang into life in 2009 - wow that’s seems a while ago… so it was time to freshen up the look with new colours, branding and website.
Designing and developing this website has been a labour of dedication (and love) and many an hour looking through numerous photographs to find just the right ones to share with you. We hope you like the choices we’ve made.
It’s such an exceptional area to live that finding those special images to showcase the vast landscapes and the amazing light and skies has been a challenge, because there are so many to choose from!
We’ve aimed to ensure the site layout is straightforward to navigate but providing you with all the information you might need about the area, locations of holiday homes and most importantly the details about each of the cottages or houses.
To present the interiors of the holiday homes we aimed to show you as much as can possibly be photographed, so when you arrive for your vacation it's just what you expected. We’ve had exclamations of ‘It’s even better than the photos on the website!' I’m not sure how as the photographers were excellent.
Although we had a clear vision of what we desired to accomplish (web pages diligently planned on Publisher!) of course this could not have been achieved without the assistance of some colleagues and friends.
So a few thanks to folk who helped:
Brian Davidson - website creator http://www.upandrunningwebs.co.uk/
For your forethought, patience, timely responses and coffee
Steven Gourlay – landscape photography and many of the house interiors http://www.stevengourlay.com/
Photographer with an excellent eye for detail making house photography appear easy
Marc Hilton - landscape and more photography http://www.clickclackphoto.com/
Inspired images and for being out at all times to get those shots
Dave Smith – a guest who’s great with a camera www.facebook.com/DavidLeonSmithPhotography
His image of a sunset at Ardmair Bay gave the inspiration for the company colours and signage
Angus Bruce – some of the earlier house photo’s www.highlandpix.co.uk
Also landscape photography course that started me using a tripod!
Karen Appleyard – photographer www.karenappleyard.com
And Like minded doggy person
Richard Martin – Graphic Design www.housemartin.graphics/
Design help for rebranding
Sheila Ivison - a guest and friend who freely shares her knowledge www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=sheila%20ivison%20photos