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Honestly, the owners have thought of everything. There are loads of little treats in the room - Lindor chocs, squirrel shaped biscuits, amaretto cookies - and real milk and bottles of water in a mini fridge. The whirlpool bath is great, and the garden outside...More
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Response from CandG283, Owner at The DulaigResponded 3 weeks ago
Thank you so much for your lovely review. We really enjoyed having you stay with us and are glad you enjoyed your visit. We hoped you would see our real live furry red squirrels, but as they were "playing hard to get" we are delighted...More
Firstly, the owners Carol and Gordon are the best hosts we have ever encountered. Really friendly and attentive. Nothing is too much trouble for them. They genuinely care for their guests, and we were treated superbly well. Thank you!
We stayed one night in the...More
My husband and I were lucky enough to stay at the Dulaig for two nights this fall. Nicely located, it was a great base for ventures out onto the Speyside Whisky Trail. The bed was comfortable, the bathroom modern and spacious, the food delicious, and...More
My wife and I spent two wonderful nights at the Dulaig in mid-September 2017. We were completely taken with Carol and Gordon's beautiful B&B. Our room (The Shapland room) was very spacious and dripping in luxurious touches. The bed (a king size) was extremely comfortable...More
Carol and Gordon have thought of every possible personal touch. You should go out of your way to stay at this idyllic Inn. My husband and I challenged each other to think of one way in which The Dulaig could have been more enjoyable, and...More