History of Dullatur
Dullatur or "Tennis View" as it was was originally know was built in the late 1800s to serve as a tea room for the Tennis Courts across the road. It was a small three room dwelling with a tin roof. My grandmother bought it in 1938 adding a corrugated iron extension on in the same year. A stone porch was added to the property in 1996 which was the last work done before the old building was demolished in 2004. Building work commenced until the 3 bedroom property in use today was completed in 2006.
We are a retired, friendly couple in early 60s. We lived and brought our children up in the Glasgow area for 35 years whilst keeping Dullatur as a holiday house in Newtonmore where my family originate from. We have now moved up to Newtonmore permanently with our two dogs Ben and Ruaridh. We have kept our holiday house and are renting it out so others can enjoy the Highlands as much as we do.
We have a vast knowledge of the Scottish Highlands and Scotland in general so will always be able to recommend travel routes, activities and sights.
We hope to welcome you to Newtonmore soon. Sailte!
Sandra & Alan