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We are in The Times!

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We are in The Times!
The Times Weekend section today has a great full-page article "Whisky Galore in the Scottish Highlands". We are delighted that The Dulaig is mentioned in the "Need to know" section about  places to stay when touring the Whisky Trail!        
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The Dulaig is in the Good Hotel Guide 2019

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

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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 never kno...
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Gordon's home-grown tomatoes are so sweet and delicious for breakfast at The Dulaig

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Gordon's home-grown tomatoes are so sweet and delicious for breakfast at The Dulaig
"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!
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A lovely walk in the Cromdale Hills

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A lovely walk in the Cromdale Hills
The Cromdale Hills are just three miles from Grantown and can be seen from our street. Today we decided that, having looked at these hills for ten years, we would climb them at last. What a wonderful walk we had and on such a stunning day.    These hills have a reputation for being very boggy on the plateau but as we have had virtually no rain for three months we figured we would be fine, and we were. The hills were almost empty, the only other walkers a party of school...
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