Dunfallandy House Guest Reviews

Dunfallandy review Dec 12th - 15th 2014 from the Emblen/Simpson/Scott/Owens/Thompson families 

We wanted to go somewhere for a family pre Christmas get together and found Dunfallandy House on a Google search. We arrived at around 4.30pm, all 19 of us, and although it was cold and dark outside we were welcome by Stella and John and a roaring open fire. The kids were quick to allocate the bedrooms then we ate and sat round the fire and played some games.

The rooms were warm and comfortable and the house big. There were 2 living rooms, one with a piano, which I wished I could play, and one with a bar. There was plenty coal and logs supplied for the fire and Stella and John were close by if we had any problems.

The kitchen had everything you could need and we enjoyed a Christmas dinner around the very large dining table in the dining room.

Over the weekend we visited Aviemore, where the kids went sledging, we walked into Pitlochry, where there is supermarket, shops, cafes and takeaways.

If you are looking to house a large party for a few days then this is the place. It's in a beautiful location with easy access to the A9 with helpful friendly hosts. in fact it was that good we are going back this December!



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Learn about Clan Fergusson and the Dunfallandy Stone

Dunfallandy House was the former seat of the Chief of Clan Fergusson. Visit the famous Dunfallandy Stone

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The 2017 Summer Season runs from the 26th May through to the 14th October and promises to be the most unique yet, with another six spectacular plays on offer.

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