Located in the heart of malt whisky country is our 140 year old former dairy farmhouse.
Your rooms are a private suite, completely separate to our own living area. We only ever have one set of people staying so you will be the only guests here. We also have a lot of outside space so social distancing is easy to maintain on our property.
Your continental breakfast foods are provided on arrival and you have your own dining room in your suite; with fridge, toaster, kettle and all crockery and cutlery. You make it how and when you want.
To allow for an enhancement to our already thorough cleaning schedule we will be blocking out a day between each booking to complete a deep clean. Hand sanitizer will be provided along with plenty of hand-wash in your bathroom.
A warm welcome awaits at our Bed and Breakfast
Just two miles from Dufftown, on the B9009 road to Tomintoul, tucked up a track, is Lettoch Farm B&B. A 140 year old stone farmhouse; surrounded by rolling farmland, fields of sheep, cattle and ponies, with views of the Convals.
Accessed up a private staircase is your own suite of rooms. A very comfortable king size bed is found in the first room with a widescreen TV, wardrobe, dresser and seating area. This leads through to a dining area with table, chairs, fridge, kettle and toaster. A 'self service' continental breakfast is included with fresh bread, cereals, jams, butter, milk and juice. This then leads through to a bathroom with shower and bath and an optional second bedroom with twin single beds. All linen and towels are provided for your stay. Free Wi-Fi is included in all rooms.
We live here with our 14 hens, 2 ponies, 2 pigs, 2 rabbits and a field of sheep. You are very welcome to join Caitlin collecting eggs, feeding the ponies or to simply wander in our gardens. The views of the Convals (2 nearby hills) are lovely and Ben Rinnes (our local mountain) is a good walk just 2 miles down the road. Our coffee caravan is available outside our house most weekends for orders of freshly ground barista coffees.
Dufftown is the whisky capital of Scotland. With 7 distilleries in the town and many others a short drive away. Numerous other local attractions include the Keith and Dufftown Heritage Railway, the Isla Way, Ben Rinnes, The Speyside Cooperage, to name just a few.