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...
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...
Our new young Silver Sussex hen, Agnus is, like all of our hens, is named after a plant...but we think "Eleagnus Quicksilver" is a bit of a mouthful!
Talking about a mouthful, though she has just started laying eggs Agnus is already our best laying hen. She has even produced some HUGE eggs with double yolks and they are absolutely delicious, especially when fried.
"These are so sweet, like sugar!" - exclaimed one of our guests recently when she ate Gordon's delicious home-grown tomatoes with her breakfast. These little beauties are indeed super tasty eaten straight from the plant and even more so when roasted in a little local rapeseed oil. Just as well we have plenty of them as our guests love them!
We encourage wildlife to our garden, a haven for animals and for our guests. We are lucky to have a very healthy population of hedgehogs which visit us and this means that on evenings throughout the summer there is quite a good chance of spotting one or two going around the garden.
During this current spell of hot dry weather we put a number of additional water drinking containers and were amazed to see this hedgehog sharing a drink with Skye, one of our...