Tomintoul is the highest village in the Cairngorms and the largest community on Glenlivet Estate. It is known for its abundance of sporting pursuits, including a vast network of biking and walking trails. Whisky also plays an important roll with many distilleries just a stone's throw away.
The mountainous village of Braemar, part of Royal Deeside, is a great base for adventure or relaxation on the SnowRoads. There’s an abundance of well-signposted, low-level walking which makes it a wonderful place for ramblers, who can look out at the many hills which surround the village and enjoy some sustenance in the cafes and restaurants.
When staying in the Cairngorms National Park, a visit to the award-winning The Glenlivet Distillery Visitor Centre is a must. The following tours are available at this award-winning visitor centre: The Glenlivet Classic Tour - This classic tour... read more
Also available at the visitor centre is The Old Maltings Coffee Shop, serving a wide range of snacks and light refreshments made from fresh local ingredients, and an exhibition detailing the history behind The Glenlivet. Whilst here, why not browse our gift shop which sells a wide range of whiskies and gifts.
We're thrilled to announce that for the first time, Caorunn Book your tour by calling + 44 (0)1479 874933 or emailing email@example.com or for more information visit, http://www.caorunngin.com/caorunn-gin/book-a-gin-tour/ Nestled deep in the... read more
We offer a range of exclusive day trips to Speyside's world famous Whisky Distilleries in the comfort of a RANGE ROVER VOGUE. There is no finer way to explore Speyside's Distilleries.
We also offer Bed and Breakfast accommodation in our comfortable home in Glenlivet. The house was built by the Smith Grant Glenlivet Whisky family as their Fishing Lodge, with the Distillery Meeting room built on the end. It has wonderful views up the River Avon towards Drumin Castle and Glenlivet. Please see accommodation on our web page for more information and availability.
Persie Distillery - Home of Persie Gin After years of being the boring drink your parents drank, gin is back in the game! In 2016, the UK growth rate of spending on craft gin was estimated to be 10% year on year. And Scottish gin is BIG business!... read more