Cardhu Distillery

Aberlour

Share the story of the only malt distillery pioneered by a woman at the Cardhu Distillery and visitor Centre. In 1811, John and Helen Cumming sited their first still at Cardow Farm on the Mannoch Hill, high above the River Spey. At this localisation sping water, naturally softened by rising up through a layer of […]

Speyside Gardens Caravan Park

Aberlour

Speyside Gardens of Aberlour is a caravan and camping park nestled in the Scottish countryside. On the park we have touring, tent and static caravan pitches. We also have onsite static holiday vans available for rental. The 5 acre site is set within a beautiful victorian walled garden and is home to an abundance of […]

Braeriach

Aberlour

Five minutes walk from the river Fiddich and Spey, and 10 minutes drive from Aberlour and Rothes, the house is on the edge of the village of Craigellachie. It is well situated for fishing parties, and groups of all ages who wish to enjoy the Scottish Highlands.

Aberlour Distillery

Aberlour

The Aberlour Distillery is at the heart of Speyside, the country’s premier whisky-making region. No fewer than half of Scotland’s malt distilleries are located in Speyside, which is renowned for producing whiskies of subtle depth and elegance. Situated at the junction of the rivers Lour and Spey, the distillery is surrounded by glorious scenery, dominated […]

Glen Grant Distillery

Aberlour

Each year around 16.000 visitors discover the magic of The Glen Grant’s distillery. Connoisseurs and first time imbibers from around the world tour our distillery and often take home bottles and memorabilia of their unique Single Malt experience. Visitors can choose from guided tours and private tastings offered by our friendly distillery staff.  

Kilt Room Cottage

Aberlour

Self catering accommodation sleeps up to 4 people, disabled friendly, 1-2 well behaved pets welcome. Located in the Heart of the Malt Whisky trail Speyside North East Scotland 1mile from Aberlour famous for Salmon Fishing, 1 mile from Craigellachie with rural walks such as the Speyside Way etc, and four miles from the Malt Whisky […]