Dufftown Historic Bed and Breakfast


Davaar B&B

3 Bedroom Dufftown Historic Bed and Breakfast Sleeps 7
Rates: 30-30 GBP per night. Minimum Rental - 1 night.

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Welcome to Davaar in Dufftown the very heart of Speyside and the Malt Whisky capital of the world.

Built in the late 1800's of local stone, Davaar is a traditional style family home steeped in history.

Hosted by its proprietor Susan Cameron, it stands on land originally belonging to His Grace The Earl of Fife.

Davaar offers a high standard of accommodation: there are 2 double en-suite rooms and 1 twin/family room with ensuite and tv/video. All bedrooms have colour TV, refreshment making facilities, WI-FI and hair dryer.

The large guest lounge has a colour TV, is centrally heated with the addition of a living gas fire for extra comfort. After a good night’s sleep, guests are welcome to visit the dining room which is light and spacious serving traditional Scottish fare guaranteed to provide a great start to each day. All local Hotels and Restaurants are all within a minute or two's walk from Davaar.

4 TVs
Gas Fireplace
Iron
Linens Included
Breakfast Included
Internet Access
1st Bedroom 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom
Double Bed, Private Bath, TV, DVD. 2-Twin Beds, Sleeper Sofa - Twin, Private Bath, TV, VCR, Fireplace, DVD. Double Bed, Private Bath, TV, DVD.

TV and DVD player in all rooms,DVD library guest lounge,centrally heated throuhout. Home made preserves, home made bread and eggs from our own hens. Serviced laundry is available
Double en-suite: From £ 30.00 Per person, per night
Twin/Family room: From £ 30.00 Per person, per night

The prices shown include breakfast.

Pricing for Historic Bed and Breakfast in Dufftown Scotland are quoted in GBP




Check in time 4 PM
Check out time 10 AM
Payment methods accepted: Cash.
Cancellation Policy: No deposit required
Deposit Required for Historic Bed and Breakfast :
Member of 3 Stars Scottish Tourist Board Chamber of commerce
Close by: Known as the start of the Whisky Trail that spans 70 miles linking 7 distilleries, Dufftown can be traced back to early settlements in AD566.

The picturesque town has wide streets which centre on a square with a clock tower which now houses the tourist information centre. The local museum is well worth visiting as visitors can see the stills and watch the whisky being made and bottled during their stay in this delightful Highland town.

Although the earliest settlements can be traced back to AD566, the town was founded in 1817 by the Earl of Fife to give employment after the Napoleonic Wars.

The perfect water sources soon saw it become a centre for the distilling industry, (not always legally!) and today, its seven distilleries produce some of the most famous whiskies in the world including Glenfiddich, Glendullan, Pittyvaich, Kininvie, Mortlach, Balvenie and Dufftown-Glenlivet.

The remainder of any day can be spent playing golf, walking in the beautiful hills, watching the Highland Games, visiting the oldest church in Scotland or an ancient castle - even having a genuine Scottish kilt specially made by a qualified kiltmaker.
Dufftown Local Attractions
Golf Under 1 Mile Lake 1-5 Miles
Downhill Skiing 10-20 Miles Snowmobiles 10-20 Miles
Biking 10-20 Miles Horseback Riding 1-5 Miles
Restaurants Nearby Nightlife Nearby
Museums Nearby Deep Sea Fishing 10-20 Miles
Fishing - Other 1-5 Miles Hunting 1-5 Miles
Cross Country Skiing 5-10 Miles Hiking Nearby
Mountain Climbing 5-10 Miles River Rafting 5-10 Miles
Fly Fishing 1-5 Miles Kayaking 1-5 Miles

Davaar B&B is a Dufftown Historic Bed and Breakfast in Moray Scotland