We are delighted to announce that our new website has just been launched today.
We did love our old website, and we know from feedback that many guests did too. In the six years since it went live technology has raced on, leaving our old site a bit behind the times, especially as far as photos on i-pads, smart phones etc are concerned.
We hope the new site will be as easy for visitors to use as the old one was, and that with better pictures and more information it will give a better idea o...
This spectacular bird was spotted by our guests Annette and David Chellingsworth when they visited Glenlivet Distillery.
A quick look in our guide to birds book told us he is a Reeves’s Pheasant. These birds, quite rare in the UK, can grow to over 2.1 metres long and have been mentioned in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the longest natural tail feather of any bird!
We have named him Bruce and we think he is particularly handsome….just don’t tell our Pe...
We have just launched a Facebook page for The Dulaig and have joined Twitter too.
We hope this will help us to better share news and pictures from The Dulaig.
From gardening to recipes, from Peter Pheasant and his family to our hens, as well as events and news in and around Grantown-on-Spey – you will find them all at http://www.facebook.com/TheDulaigBandB . You don’t need to have a Facebook account to look at our articles and photos there.
You can also follow and tweet...
Our new wildlife pond works for wildlife!
In the few months since we built it the pond has already attracted a wide variety of birds including grey wagtails and a heron.
The pebble beach is a great spot for the baby newts which sun themselves in the shallow water, and blackbirds, doves and other birds love to bathe and drink there too.
Red squirrels, pheasants and other birds including up to 17 wild mallard ducks visit the pond every day….. we can’t wait for ...
Spring has sprung at The Dulaig and our garden is full of newly-fledged birds, like this little blackbird being fed by its very attentive father.
This wonderful image was captured by Elaine Rees who, along with her husband Alun, is a regular guest at The Dulaig.