Royal Lochnagar Distillery, Balmoral Castle and Banchory Lodge

You will be collected from a location of your choice aboard one of our executive vehicles where our local driver will transport you out through Royal Deeside taking in some beautiful views along the route.

First stop will be at the Royal Lochnagar Distillery. ‘The Royal Tour’ starts with a welcoming cup of tea/coffee and homemade shortbread in the distilleries library. Here you will learn the history of the distillery, followed by an in-depth tour explaining how Royal Lochnagar Whisky is made, hosted by one of the knowledgeable members of staff.

After the tour, there will be a very special tasting of Royal Lochnagar as well as a specially selected rare whisky. Once you’ve had your fill of whisky, you can take the opportunity to visit the spectacular Balmoral Castle which is located nearby.

Afterwards, we will drive you back along an equally beautiful route, taking you through Lower Deeside then stopping at Banchory Lodge Hotel for lunch/high tea or an evening meal.

The day will finish with a drop-off at a venue of your choice in Aberdeen City Centre or from your original pick-up location(s).

You may also be interested in A Wee Dram and Castle Tours.

We offer a range of bespoke and personalised packages.


Please call +44 1224 782066 or e-mail enquiries@granite-city-tour-company.com about making a booking today.


 
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