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House of Dun

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We visited for the craft fair and really enjoyed seeing around the house, there are lots of interesting things to see and it is very beautiful. My personal favourite part of the visit is lady augustas walk, I have done this many times, but always find a new bit to explore every
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We had an excellent guided tour around the house with James, who was very good at pointing out various interesting facts about the house and Lady Augusta. Beautiful old home. Enjoyable experience. Great cafe. The rating would have been higher but for the following: We
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Response from ChindeNTS, Manager at House of Dun
Responded Nov 10, 2019
Glad the day was enjoyable and I'm sorry the poor weather detracted from the experience a little. The walks in the Den are in need of a little TLC and good footwear is advised with some of the paths being a little awkward in parts. I'm sure the recent weather wouldn't have helped the paths and way-finding either. I know the gardeners tend to use the winter to do work on the walks so hopefully next time you visit you'll find the walks a little easier all-around.
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This is an excellent Adam's house to visit in large grounds. The guided tour was excellent and gave us a good insight to the families that lived there. Good little cafe.
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Response from ChindeNTS, Manager at House of Dun
Responded Nov 10, 2019
Glad you had a good day out with us.
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At first glance you might think that House of Dun is just another grand country house which could be used as the setting for a Jane Austen classic series, but it's history is more interesting. Owned and built by the Erskine family, Dun is tied into the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion
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Response from ChindeNTS, Manager at House of Dun
Responded Oct 8, 2019
Very well put! There is some amazing nuance in a lot of these historic houses and each has a unique story to tell.
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We had our own personal tour ( we were the only ones there!) by Helen which was very informative and interesting. Well worth a visit. Walked Lady Augusta’s walk and visited the Mausoleum. All really interesting. Then had lovely sandwiches and coffee in the Erskine cafe. Really
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Response from ChindeNTS, Manager at House of Dun
Responded Oct 3, 2019
Glad you had a nice day out with us, sounds like you managed to take in a good chunk of the site while you were here too. Maybe we'll see you on your travels again.
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