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Special Events 

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Cofaidh is Cabadaich: Gaelic Conversation Sessions 

On the first Tuesday of each month, from 11am-12.30pm

This informal Gaelic conversation session is a lovely way to practice your spoken Gaelic whilst enjoying a cup of coffee. All ages and levels of fluency are welcome.

Email jamie@dunollie.org if you would like to take part.

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Christmas Singalong
at Dunollie

Friday 24th November,

6pm-8pm

 

 Join local band, The Antics in Dunollie’s enchanting woodland grounds and sing along to your favourite Christmas tunes. Sing your heart out, explore the fairy lit winter wonderland around you and enjoy festive drinks from our pop up bar and Christmas market style hot dogs, soup and home-baking from the Kettle Garden Café.

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Dunollie Presents... The Hebridean Baker

Saturday 18th November,

6.30pm-8.30pm

Join us for a magical winter’s night and meet the Hebridean Baker. Take part in a relaxed evening with Gaelic songs and Hebridean stories in conversation with Peter MacQueen and Coinneach MacLeod. Enjoy Christmas-market style nibbles from the Kettle Garden Café and its winter drinks menu,

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Dunollie Makes Christmas
 

Sunday 26th November,

11am-4pm

Get in the Christmas spirit and and join us for a magical family day out . Take part  in Christmas craft activities, explore Dunollie’s enchanting woodland grounds turned winter wonderland to complete our Christmas trail and you might even meet Santa! The Kettle Garden Café will be serving festive homebaking and a lunch menu .

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Guided Tours of Dunollie

March-October 2024

 

Follow one of our Tour Guides and immerse yourself in Dunollie's History from the Iron age, to Somerled and the birth of the Clan MacDougall, throughout the Jacobite uprisings and until the present day.

 

Tours last approximately 1 hour and take place almost entirely outdoors.

Please note, the second half of the Tour involves going up the steep castle path. 

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Piping at the Castle

March-October 2024

Every week, we are joined by a young, talented piper who plays the bagpipes by Dunollie's Castle Ruin: An unforgettable Highland experience.

Depending on the weather, this may also take place beside the 1745 House Museum, so that you may be sheltered from the elements.

The piping lasts approximately 30 min. 

*Please Note: The path to the castle is steep and requires a reasonable level of fitness

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