Dullan Brae Accommodation
Treat yourself by staying at Dullan Brae Accommodation. The house was built in 1856 was the home of Mr George Cowie, one of Mortlach Distilleries original founders. This impressive period house has been lovingly restored and now offers guests the opportunity to feel at home in this historic property.
With the Mortlach distillery history and the current whisky tours from Distilleries all around Dufftown (The Whisky Capital) this makes Dullan Brae House the ideal accommodation.
Facilities at Dullan Brae Accommodation
Newly Renovated Guest Bedrooms
2 Guest Bathrooms & Guest WC
Guest Lounge with Flat screen TV and integrated DVD player
Guest Snug with hospitality items available at no charge
Private Guest Car park
1 acre of private grounds
The rooms have fluffy white dressing gowns, Egyptian Full Size Bath Sheets and guest toiletries.
The Red Room
This double bedroom with Four Poster Mahogany bed overlooks the back garden
Affectionately known as the 'George' this being the bedroom of the first head of the home Mr George Cowie.
The White Room
This double bedroom with Rocco Mahogany bed has front views towards Dufftown village centre
Through history this has been the ladies bedroom with 'Margaret' being the first lady of Dullan Brae
The Blue Master Room with ensuite dressing room.
A large master bedroom & ensuite dressing room overlooks the back garden along with front views towards Dufftown village centre
This later (1879) extension was built for the growing family 'Alexander' now reaching adulthood and marrying at Dullan Brae
Breakfast is from 7:30 to 9am and is a choice of Vegetarian, Continental or Full Cooked.
Dufftown, Speyside - A little gem
Dufftown is a bright and blossoming Scottish village offering a warm and friendly welcome to visitors in a tranquil and peaceful setting.
With many activities and entertainment along with beautiful scenery there is much to do. From beaches to mountains Moray has everything.
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This page was last updated: 12 September 2015