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The Highlands of Scotland

Welcome to the Highlands

Located only 2.5 miles from Dufftown, Tullich House is situated on the banks of the River Fiddich. Tullich House is a relaxing, tranquil retreat nestled within 3.5 acres of beautiful gardens flanked by a wide variety of mature trees.


Steeped in Scottish heritage, depending on the season Speyside offers an abundance of local attractions such as; the malt whisky trail, beautiful castles, shorelines and a whole range of outdoor activities including; fishing, hill walking, shooting, mountaineering and skiing at the nearby Cairngorm, Aviemore and Lecht mountain ranges. 


Dufftown is a quaint, old Scottish town located at the foot of the Conval Hills, high up in the Highlands of Speyside in the North East of Scotland. It is strategically positioned only 52 miles from Aberdeen and 56 miles from Inverness, both of which have airports with regular flights to London and many European destinations.  

Dufftown Highland Games


Dufftown is a thriving Highland community and offers a wealth of its own attractions including an 18-hole golf course, which is the highest course in Scotland, the annual Highland Games held on the last Saturday in July featuring a full programme of  traditional events; pipe bands, highland dancing and tug-o-war to name a few.  Historic walks around the town and local area run throughout the Summer, and from May through to September there is a weekly Ceilidh in the British Legion and Commercial hall. 



The popular Glenfiddich Distillery is situated on the edge of Dufftown and offers whisky tours and a beautiful visitor centre. Partially hidden by woodland, Balvenie Castle is a spectacular local attraction and infamous for its impregnable curtain wall which is an exceptional example of 13th century military architecture in Scotland. The remains of 15th Century Auchindoun Castle embody a beautifully enchanting medieval Castle which stands just two miles South East of Dufftown.

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