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Lesley
Lesley
October 15, 2020
This is the smallest distillery in the area and offers something that the larger ones can’t. Worth a visit, inspite of it being smaller.
Neil
Neil
June 15, 2020
At Edradour Distillery, Scotland’s smallest distillery, three men still makes whisky by hand. At Edradour the original equipment used over 150 years has remained unchanged. Just twelve casks of whisky are produced every week. Within 2 miles of our cottage.
Janet
Janet
January 22, 2020
An excellent distillery tour which we enjoyed very much. Sampling included and we got to keep the glasses too!
Juliet
Juliet
November 3, 2019
A beautiful Whisky Distillery by Pitlochry , a lovely Scottish town which also has a Salmon Leap, a Theatre and numerous restaurants and shops
Jennifer
Jennifer
May 20, 2019
Distillery and Whiskey Tasting.

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Other Great Outdoors
“I recommend this easy to moderate walk which offers some exercise, a chance to walk up a mountain in the area, which offers wonderful views at the top over Pitlochry and beyond. Families can walk this easy to navigate mountain as a pleasant way to spend three hours, stopping for a picnic at the top. As with all mountains, it is windy where the cairn is, but if you sit in front of the cairn on the sloping grass, you will be protected from the wind and the sound of it, and simply be able to soak up the view and feel proud of yourself for climbing it. To climb Ben Vrackie, park your car in the designated car park north of The Moulin Hotel. Always take a warm layer and a waterproof jacket at least, when climbing no matter the season and no matter how sunny or mild the weather is in Pitlochry. That way you won’t catch a chill and will enjoy your hike more. Young children will manage this easily. ”
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Department Store
“Brilliant shopping. A wonderful day out. Everything you could possibly want in one place a one stop shop for country living: tweeds, corduroys, coats, hats, bags and boots, cashmere, dog beds, coats, furnishing, antiques and a wonderful restaurant. Outside dining. Superb fish. One hour drive from Crieff. ”
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Theatre
“Despite being a relatively small town, Pitlochry theatre is a highly regarded in the UK as putting on great shows with outstanding actors who travel from all over Britain to audition for the April to October theatre season. Once the cast is chosen, they put on three shows per week making it a pleasure to go several times during your holiday if you want to. You would book your tickets in advance on their website and you can also book a pre theatre mean there too. I thoroughly recommend this too as the food is excellent. Pitlochry has many good restaurants that will offer pre theatre meals too. The next eating place closest to the theatre is Port na craig which can be reached without driving if you park in the theatre car park. The theatre also has pantomimes on every Christmas and the Words festival which is on in February each year and has a variety of authors and speakers talking at it. ”
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Establishment
“Blair Athol Distillery is one of the oldest working distilleries in Scotland. After enjoying a leisurely conducted tour, you can mull over the distinctive character of the finished article as you sip your dram of Blair Athol 12 Year Old.”
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Castle
“Fascinating castle and beautiful grounds. Still privately owned by the Murray family, so it has a lot of family history as well as being part of Scotland's national story. "Bonnie Dundee", the leader of the 1689 Jacobite Rising, is buried in the old church here and the Murray family, like most aristocratic families of the time, were involved in a number of the risings - sometimes on both sides.... Visit Killiecrankie visitor centre as well, to better understand the history.”
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Location
PH16 5JP
Phone01796 472095