So many beautiful flowers - and more - in our garden at The Dulaig B&B

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Our garden at The Dulaig is so full of flowers and other life that it is hard to show all of it. Instead here is a little snaphot of what is here now.


Deutzia with bee at The Dulaig Grantown

Thie beautiful deutzia attracts bees and other pollinaters to feed.




Some combinations work really well, like this Acer Dissectum, paeony, Japanese anemone, Japanese granite bowl....and blackbird. It is The Dulaig after all!





Hosta makes lovely ground cover


Not everything is in flower right now but with a hosta as beautiful as this one it does not really matter.


Meconopsis at The Dulaig B&B Cairngorms National Park

Our garden is perfect for growing meconopsis, and this blue one is a real stunner.



Paeonies are also doing very well and this is the gorgeous Bartzella - guests always ask us about this beauty.

Roses from David Austin


Roses - we have dozens of them and we love the really scented ones - don't you?




So much to little time!



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The Dulaig B&B is now closed.

It has been our absolute pleasure to share our home, garden, love of Scotland and of food, with guests over the past 14 years. The experience of running our B&B exceeded our wildest dreams however we - Carol, Gordon (& The Cake Fairy) - have hung up our aprons for the last time.

Thank you to the wonderful guests from all over the world who have stayed with us. You have given us so many special memories which we will always treasure. Thank you too, everyone else who has supported us: your confidence in us was appreciated more than words can say.

Warmest Wishes to All,
Carol, Gordon..and The Cake Fairy x

The Dulaig Bed and breakfast