The Dunbar family have been in Duffus since the late 1600’s
Old Duffus Farmhouse, Kirktoun Cottage and The Lodge form part of Duffus Estate, a small agricultural estate comprising of four working farms.
A family home for centuries
The Dunbar family have been in Duffus since the late 1600’s after Sir William Dunbar of Northfield was granted the Baronesy of Nova Scotia by the King William III in April 1700.
The Dunbar Family
A new age for Duffus Estate
In August 2017 the family, and Duffus House, entered a new phase in its history as our lease to Gordonstoun finished.
People, specifically our staff and guests, are at the core of our business and we want both to feel valued and happy.
Kula Coffee Hut
We always knew we wanted to do something else at Duffus Castle but it took Covid to really make us crystalise our plans. We have a passion for food and drink and knew the time was right to launch a wee take away, especially now that people are more used to being outside due to Covid restrictions.
We are very lucky to be in a position where we can offer our customers a true ‘brew with a view’.
Moving with the times, Sir Edward Dunbar and Lady Caroline Dunbar are keen to minimise the Estate’s environmental impact and manage the land to encourage the local flora and fauna to thrive