Award winning B&B

The Dulaig garden opens for charity

Posted on

The Dulaig garden opens for charity
We opened The Dulaig garden to the public today as part of Strathspey Opens Gardens event to raise funds for two local charities, Grantown Museum and Riding for the Disabled. Even though we were busy all day with visitors enjoying our garden the wild ducks who love lazing on our lawn did not leave. We did have a little sign up letting visitors know about our five little ducklings and we are delighted to say the wee ones were not at all disturbed by all the excitement. A grea...
Full Story

Mum otter and her three young at The Dulaig B&B

Posted on

We were astonished recently to see on one of our wildlife cameras that we have a family of FOUR otter making visits to our garden at The Dulaig.  We have known and filmed many times a single otter coming to a particular spot here, but seeing this family blew our socks off!
Full Story

The Dulaig is in the Good Hotel Guide 2019

Posted on

The Dulaig is in the Good Hotel Guide 2019
We are honoured that The Dulaig has been given a Full listing in the latest edition of The Good Hotel Guide, launched today. In its great write up The Guide says we provide "lovely amenities, hospitality and attention to detail" and  quotes a guest who says of The Dulaig "There is no finer place to stay to explore the Highlands".    The Good Hotel Guide's premise is that "A good hotel is where the guest comes first" and it h...
Full Story

The MICHELIN Guide 2019 is out - and The Dulaig B&B is in it!

Posted on

The 2019 MICHELIN Guide Great Britain and Ireland is published today and we are delighted to be listed in this world famous guide. Of particular honour is that The Dulaig is listed as one of seven "Charming Guesthouses" in the Guide's "Top Picks" for Scotland section. MICHELIN Guide inspectors make anonymous visits to hotels, B&Bs etc to guage the quality of products and services, using the same criteria in every country.  We...
Full Story

Marmalade-making time again at The Dulaig B&B

Posted on

Marmalade-making time again at The Dulaig B&B
Just finished making the first batch the year of of Seville orange marmalade. These little bitter oranges are too sharp to eat uncooked but they do make amazing marmalades! The batches I made today include Seville and Ginger, Seville and Demerara and our own very special recipe, Whisky Mac which has a good measure of Laphroig Scotch Malt whisky.  As you can see I like to use recycled glass jars. Our guests will have plenty of delicious marmalades to choose from, ...
Full Story