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!
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...
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, ...
Phew, here are some of the jars of marmalade I made this week for guests' breakfasts at The Dulaig!
For just a few short weeks in January Seville oranges become available in the shops. These special fruits are perfect for using to make mamalade. Bitter to taste when fresh, with the addition of sugar and lemon juice (and plenty elbow-grease to chop and slice them) they are transformed by cooking into zingy gorgeousness! Adding demerara instead of refined sugar gives the marmalade...
Thanks to The Good Hotel Guide we have two pieces of fabulous news tonight for The Dulaig!
The Good Hotel Guide 2017 includes The Dulaig in their "Top Ten Hotels for Whisky Lovers", and the Huffington Post, one of the top 50 American internet sites, has published an article about this, including us!
We know from experience here in Grantown-on-Spey that most of our B&B guests have an interest in malt whisky, some starting out on their own whisky journey and others already whis...
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