The Dulaig is set in 1.5 acres of private gardens adjoining open countryside. Built in 1910 by Alexander Marshall Mackenzie, The Dulaig is now styled in a luxurious blend of modern furnishings and Arts and Crafts antiques. Grantown on Spey is a historic Highland town just 34 miles from Inverness and 14 miles from Aviemore.
The house has been thoughtfully decorated and furnished by the current owners and provides 3 beautifully-appointed guest rooms (of which two are available for let at any one time) all en suite and with Vi Spring beds. Visitors can unwind in the stylish sitting room in front of a roaring log fire. Breakfast is taken in the dining room overlooking the garden and includes a range of imaginative and varied dishes. Your hosts have won a number of awards, including an AA Breakfast Award in recognition of the outstanding food on offer - there is even a Cake Fairy which visits secretly every day to leave delicious home-baked treats for guests! As well as winning the AA Award for Scotland Guest Accommodation of the Year 2016-2017, your hosts were finalists in the 2015 AA Award for "Friendliest B&B in Great Britain & Ireland". The Dulaig is also a "Top Pick for Scotland" in the 2017 Michelin Guide. The 2017 Good Hotel Guide lists The Dulaig as one of the “Top Ten places to stay for Whisky Lovers . Your hosts are very keen gardeners and guests are invited to relax in the garden which is a haven for wildlife including red squirrels and pheasants.
The Dulaig would suit those looking for a luxurious Highland base from which to explore the Cairngorms, Aviemore and Inverness, and the Highlands including the world-famous Speyside Whisky Trail.
Nearest Town: In Grantown-on-Spey