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Our "neighbours" need their woolly jumpers today!

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Our "neighbours" need their woolly jumpers today!
We have had snow today in Grantown-on-Spey. Our neighbours, this little flock of sheep in the field next to us, were well wrapped up and well fed and did not seem to mind at all!   More snow is forecast for tonight, great news for those keen to head for the ski slopes at Cairngorm Mountain and The Lecht.
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A New Year gift from Hyacinth Hen

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A New Year gift from Hyacinth Hen
We had a lovely surprise in the henhouse today, the first egg of the season from our flock of free-range hens.....and it is a blue-shelled one, laid by Hyacinth, a our Crested Cream Legbars. Our 17 girls have been moulting over the past few months and because of this, and the shortest days of winter, they have not been laying eggs.  It is always a great treat to see the first egg of the New Year as this means we - and our guests - can now look forward to lots of wonderful eggs once again...
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The Dulaig Gift Voucher....a perfect gift from Santa!

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The Dulaig Gift Voucher....a perfect gift from Santa!
If you are looking for a gift for someone special why not treat them to a Gift Voucher for a stay at The Dulaig Luxury B&B? Our guests tell us that their stays here are truly memorable with the most comfortable beds, the best breakfasts, wonderful hospitality and much more.  You can buy a voucher for a stay of one night or more, or for an amount towards a stay.  Wouldn't that special person you know just love Santa to surprise them with one of our Gift Vouchers? ...
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Even our wild pheasants are friendly....and beautiful

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Even our wild pheasants are friendly....and beautiful
We have wild pheasants all year round in our garden. Many are quite tame and will come very close. Right now there are five male pheasants courting eight females. The females are usually regarded as dull-looking compared to the males bright plumage but look at the stunning colours of this beautiful female in the winter sunshine and you may think otherwise. In a few weeks the males will start to fight each other for control of the garden territory (and the females) and the "winner" will...
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