Castles and Whisky

Gaelic Travel-Inverness-Castles and Whisky


One day tour

Visit fairytale Brodie Castle then immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the Cairngorm National Park. Later make a fascinating visit to the Speyside Cooperage then join the Whisky Trail to visit one of Scotland’s finest malt whisky distilleries.

Price range: £38 - £49

Brodie Castle - visit this lovely castle which has been a family home for over 400 years

The Cairngorm National Park - enjoy the breathtaking scenery as we drive through the UK’s largest national park

Glenlivet Malt Whisky Distillery - take a guided tour and enjoy a ‘wee dram’ of the water of life

Speyside Cooperage - marvel at the traditional skills of the coopers as they make and repair whisky casks

Ballindalloch Castle - explore this fairytale castle known as the “Pearl of the North”

Speyside - discover why this area is home to nearly half of Scotland’s whisky distilleries

Movie locations - The Dark Knight Rises, Centurion and Victoria and Abdul

Inclusions

  • Transport by luxury air-conditioned midicoach
  • Live commentary in English
  • Services of an experienced driver/guide
  • Service charges and taxes

Exclusions

  • Admission charges
  • Meals, snacks or items of a personal nature
  • Gratuity to your driver

Full Tour Itinerary

Orkney

We leave Inverness City Centre behind and travel to the pleasant seaside town of Nairn, the favoured vacation spot of Charlie Chaplin. Close by sits handsome 16th century Brodie Castle, the ancestral home of the Brodie clan for over 400 years. As befits one of Scotland’s most prestigious families the castle contains an art collection from Dutch Old Masters to modern watercolours and an impressive library containing over 6,000 volumes.

If you’d prefer you can enjoy free time in the nearby town of Forres instead. This pleasant town is one of Scotland’s oldest and is famed for its beautiful parks and gardens.

Later this afternoon you can visit Ballindalloch Castle which has been occupied by the Macpherson-Grants since 1546. There is time to visit the castle where you’ll find fascinating family memorabilia, fine furniture and paintings. Outside the gardens provide a haven in which to relax and include a lovely rose garden and tree-lined walks.