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The tour around the distillery is quite comprehensive for a small fee of just £20 and well worth the time. The information is very informative and you can try a number of whiskies at the end of the tour.
The distillery itself is in a...More
Sadly we only had time for a flying visit but the distillery, visitor centre, restaurant and setting were all highly impressive and the staff that served us were all amazingly friendly and helpful despite having had a very busy day. Can’t wait to go back...More
Being a huge Ardbeg fan, this was a must do item for me. If it were just me I would have done a longer premium tour and tasting, but since I was traveling with the family I opted for the standard tour and wee taste....More
We went on the premium tour which meant five different tastings at the end. All were lovely and some you could only get at the distillery itself. The tour guide was knowledgeable and friendly. Excellent time all round. Went to the bistro/restaurant on another day...More
My daughters and I caught up with my husband and niece at Ardbeg for some lunch. I had a yummy, cold cider (I'm not a Scotch fan) and a fishcake. One daughter had a kind of shrimp salad on a baked potato and the other...More
Quite simply, one of the best stays I've had while traveling, and wonderful hospitality and a special experience. We stayed at the Seaview Cottage, the former residence of the Ardbeg master distiller, now completely renovated to a high standard, which is steps from the stills...More
I had been looking forward to visiting this distillery. We were disappointed, on entering it was difficult to see where the tasting bar was. We looked round, saw the bar, no one serving. There were 3 members of staff sitting at a table in the...More