Julie Hind hopes to welcome you soon
Hello and welcome,
Let me introduce myself.
I'm Julie Hind and bought Dunclutha Guest House from Pam MacDonald in November 2011.
From the moment you approach our door, you will see the welcome that is in store for you when you stay with us at Dunclutha.
It is a spacious house and has brought comfort to its residents for over a hundred years.
The house was originally the Rectory for the nearby Scottish Episcopal Church and was built with the grace and solidity associated with such structures.
In staying with us, you will feel that you are a guest in a home of Four Star quality rather than just someone renting a room in which to spend a night.
The surroundings are bright and cheerful and this is a place to rest and feel comfortable. All rooms have Freeview TV with tea and coffee making facilities with Julie's home made shortbread.
Although the house is Victorian it has been well cared for and has been recently refurbished with emphasis on preserving the grace and elegance of that period.
A hot tub in the secluded rear garden is available for guest use to help after a long day's graft - whether at work or on one of the many local famous golf courses.
If you are a very special person our two cats might even allow you to pet them.
Considerations of safety are paramount. The building is fully protected against fire with a range of equipment installed with your safety in mind.
We are happy to accept Visa, Mastercard, Delta, Eurocard and American Express.
Off-street parking is included making us an ideal centre for the many local attractions.
Dunclutha is a WiFi zone.
Access for guests is available.