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Isle of Skye Whisky Tour- from POA per group

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This is a great all round tour combining popular attractions like Loch Ness, Urquhart Castle, and Eilean Donan Castle with Talisker , Torabhaig and Glen Ord Distilleries and all of the dramatic and fabulous scenery enjoyed on this route. With extra planning a visit to Raasay distillery could also be factored in, email for further info.

There are also some good options as far as lunch goes with a good availability of Restaurant and Pubs  in and around the route of the distilleries you will be visiting including Seumus' Bar at Sligachan which has a reputation of stocking more than 400 different whiskies.

Upon arrival at the Distilleries you can take a tour, take a tasting or have a walk around the visitor centre or shop where whisky and other keepsakes can be purchased. Some distilleries also give visitors the opportunity to bottle their own whisky from a unique cask and this is registered in the distillery records thus making you part of the distilleries history.

Tours and tastings are many and varied however for a standard tour normally about 1.25  hours should be allowed and tours start from around £10 (GBP) with some more specialised tours costing much more. Tastings are similarly priced on a sliding scale depending on the quality of the whisky being sampled and in some cases complimentary tastings are offered. A tasting will often come accompanied by some “tutoring” where a knowledgeable member of the team at the distillery will speak to you about the whisky you are tasting and the processes involved in making it.

Tours and tastings are best booked in advance, particularly during the summer months.

Whilst most Distillery visitor facilities are open during the busier summer months, others restrict opening hours and facilities during the winter months. Sometimes for operational reasons Distilleries close to visitors and seasonal holiday closures also apply. Most of these issues are known in advance and we will always ensure that the elements of any booked tour are checked to ensure availability.

The cost of the tour does not include distillery tours, tastings , food or admissions to any other attractions desired although we can happily assist with making bookings as you wish. In some cases payment for tours can be taken on the day of the tour and in others, advance payment is required. Where advance payment is required this will be added onto the booking deposit.

Assuming a collection point in or around Inverness the charge for this tour inclusive of up to 4 persons is POA.

For more persons, additions to the itinerary and for collection points from elsewhere in Scotland please contact us for a tailored no obligation quotation

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