Fortrose is within easy driving distance of a number of distilleries. There are many distillery tours on offer, please ask Stephen and Fiona for more information on booking.
Glen Ord Distillery is located by Muir of Ord, between Beauly and Dingwall and is open all year (opening hours vary). Glen Ord has a whisky shop, exhibition and guided tours. For more information, telephone 01463 872004. Glen Ord Distillery
Dalmore Distillery produces a refined Highland malt. Drew Sinclair (the distillery manager) conducts tours himself. Having worked at the distillery for thirty six years, he knows The Dalmore intimately!Tours are by appointment. Bookings can be made by telephone on 01349 882 362. Dalmore is located between Dongwall and Tain, on the shore of the Cromarty Firth, overlooking the Black Isle. Dalmore Distillery
Glen Morangie Distillery is perhaps one of the better known hotspots, producing a well known single malt Scotch Whisky.An established visitor attraction, Glen Morangie Distillery has a gift shop and offers guided tours. Glen Morangie Distillery
Clynelish Distillery is further North, located on the A9 in the town of Brora. Spring water from the Clynemilton burn is used to produce a fruity, smoky single malt Scotch whisky. Opening times vary as do tours. Appointments by telephone 01408 623000
Balblair Distillery is a lesser known distillery in Tain, in unspoiled scenic surroundings.It's one of Scotland's oldest operating distilleries (founded in 1790).