A relaxing evening at home in front of the fire with a lovely Speyside malt whisky, our home-made oatcakes, Connage cheese and a copy of "The Living Mountain", Nan Shepherd's wonderful book on The Cairngorms.....that is how we spent our New Year's Night at The Dulaig.
However you spent your evening we wish you all a very Happy New Year and best wishes for 2015!
We have six inches of snow on the ground outside but are feeling cosy and warm inside, especially in the light of our lovely Christmas Tree. Many of the decorations have been given to us by family and friends, including guests, over several years so every year when we decorate our Christmas Tree it brings back so many happy memories.
We hope you like it.
We were very worried this week when Amber, our lovely 18 year old cat, had to have an operation on his teeth. The vet warned us that because of his age and other health problems there was a real risk that he may not survive the operation.
We are delighted to say that Amber did make it through and he is now eating us out of house and home!
Welcome home, Amber boy!!!
We are delighted to say that The Dulaig is a finalist in the Highlands and Islands Tourism Awards 2014. We are in the category "Most Hospitable B&B/Guesthouse"!
The winner will be announced at the final on 7 November but to us reaching the finals is an award in itself!
We have no idea who nominated us, but a great big "thank you" from us to that person. We will raise a nice dram to you, and to all of our guests, this evening.
We have had lots of lovely weather this summer at The Dulaig, but even in the rain there are plenty of things to see in our garden.
We have over 60 rose bushes here -how beautiful is this Queen of Sweden rose after a shower?