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WE ENJOY A TASTING AND GUIDED TOUR OF BOTH OUR DISTILLERYS

BLAIR ATHOL DISTILLERY

The very sight of this relatively small distillery is breath taking, however, it is amongst the oldest serving distilleries in the country of Scotland.

A VISIT TO PITLOCHRY AND DALWHINNIE DISTILLERY

Dalwhinnie Distillery is home to a famous Highland Single Malt Whisky renowned for its gentle flavours accentuated with notes of heather honey, citrus, vanilla and sweet malt. Dalwhinnie is the highest distillery in Scotland at 1164 feet above sea level.

 

With a short journey on the Strathspray steam railway and a visit to Aviemore - a popular resort located in the northwest corner of the majestic Cairngorms National Park. Towering mountains, sparkling lochs and dense forests surround this bustling town.

BLAIR CASTLE

Blair Castle has been the home of the Atholl family for over seven centuries. The castle has had a diverse history, witnessing both turbulent and peaceful times, enlarged and adapted over 750 years. Home to politicians, soldiers, agriculturalists and entrepreneurs, the family history is brought to life against a backdrop of fine 18th century interiors and Scots Baronial architecture, in 30 rooms. The Castle is at the heart of historic landscape which was laid out in the 18th century and features a nine-acre walled garden, an extensive wooded grove, a ruined Kirk, a red deer park and a gothic folly. Highland cattle graze in fields nearby and the native red squirrel can often be spotted amongst the branches of some of the garden’s trees.

CULLODEN BATTLEFIELDS

Powerfully emotive and atmospheric battlefield where the 1745 Jacobite Rising came to a tragic end. Experience the powerful emotions of the Battle of Culloden in our visitor centre’s 360-degree battle immersion theatre, which puts you right in the heart of the action. Discover the true story of the 1745 Rising, from both the Jacobite and Government perspectives, in our accredited museum, where weapons and unique artefacts are displayed. Enjoy panoramic views from the roof garden, see the restored 18th-century Leanach Cottage and spot Highland cows grazing on the battlefield.  Read the proclamation issued by the Duke of Cumberland in May 1746, describing what would happen to the defeated Jacobites.

Browse our award-winning shop for unique exclusive gifts, including jewellery crafted from the flowers of the battlefield, books, food and Culloden whisky. Learn about family ancestry and any links you may have with Culloden.

 

A VISIT TO INVERNESS

Inverness is a city in the Scottish Highlands, having been granted city status in 2000. It is the administrative centre for The Highland Council and is regarded as the capital of the Highlands. 

BALLINDALLOCH CASTLE

Situated on the banks of the River Avon, a short distance from its junction with the River Spey, Ballindalloch Castle has been the home of the Macpherson-Grant family since it was started in 1546. Explore five hundred years of Highland history, acres of formal gardens, woodlands and riverside walks The Gardens -The formal grounds of Ballindalloch Castle were principally laid down in the second half of the 19th Century, following the extensive restorations to the Castle made around 1850.

Grantown-on-Spey-in the Scottish Highlands, is perfectly placed in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park and at one end of Scotland’s 90-mile Snow Road.

"A FANTASTIC TOUR WITH SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE"

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