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Glenora Inn and Distillery

253 Reviews
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Glenora Inn and Distillery

253 Reviews
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13727 Route 19 Glenville, Mabou, Nova Scotia B0E 1X0 Canada
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Private Half-Day Sightseeing Tour in Rome
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Private Half-Day Sightseeing Tour in Rome

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At the desired time, an experienced English-speaking professional driver will pick you up from your accommodation in a private vehicle ready to share the historical facts, the necessary information about the sights and, of course, his personal input in order to immerse you into the Roman lifestyle. <br><br>During the stops you can do whatever you want: visit the landmarks, take pictures, ask your driver about the sites and get benefit from his local knowledge.<br><br>Visit the famous Colosseum, Piazza Navona and let your local guide show you the hidden gems of the city and take memorable photos at the Palatine Hill! <br><br>Our drivers are not licensed to accompany you into the sights but are very knowledgeable of the places visited and will provide all the necessary historical information and their local perspective.<br><br>At the end of the tour, your driver will take you back to your accommodation.
$163.08 per adult
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Jacquie R wrote a review Aug 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
The grounds are beautiful as depicted on the Inn’s website. The room we stayed in wa in the wing next to the pub and for what we paid (directly via their website) it was WAY too much. Very dated furniture and bathroom. Stuck in the 80’s. Beds were like bricks and were squeaky. Old AC units so loud and musty, this we didn’t use it. The food was fare. Disappointed with the seafood chowder (very runny) and not chunky or chock a block full of seafood. Our pasta and gnocchi were too saucy and they killed the lobster and salmon as they were too runny and busy with multiple flavours so the flavour of the seafoods were lost. You are charged for the distillery tour, even when you stay there. For what we paid to stay, my suggestion is to include that in the overnight. As for the distillery tour-it is a quick 15 minutes and the only end of tour ‘sampling’ (as parlayed in the tour description) is the basic 10 year old. We wanted to sample the 14 year old and 15 year old before buying. My suggestion, take your lead from how they do things in Napa and Sonoma. Encourage people to buy at the end of the tour by having the opportunity for a wee dram.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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tamaletown wrote a review Jan 2020
Perth, Australia1,511 contributions223 helpful votes
There are two dining options here: a dining room with linen tablecloths and a more refined menu, and the pub with more casual fare. Both had vegetarian options. We had actually wanted the fine dining option, but weirdly there was a piano player performing, and it was simply too loud to be nice. Such a shame, because the space seemed lovely. Instead, we are in the pub and had a delicious bean burger with friends. Very substantial serve and friendly staff. We were happy!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Pat m wrote a review Oct 2019
Sun City West, Arizona24 contributions1 helpful vote
End of the season and we had a fabulous meal with great music and a fire after. Always a delight the weather was horrid and it was a refuge appreciated
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Mike K wrote a review Oct 2019
Inverness, United Kingdom97 contributions117 helpful votes
Coming from the Highlands of Scotland we visit many distilleries. This was probably the worst tour we have done. The guide was probably having a bad day and it really showed. We visited the mash tuns and wash backs and were then given a dram of (indifferent) whisky. Distillation wasn’t discussed and no guided tasting was undertaken. The tour just ended as the guide simply walked away. I suggest a ticket to Speyside for the guide so he can see real customer service and get his facts on distilling straight.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Andrew T wrote a review Sep 2019
New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada23 contributions5 helpful votes
Canada’s first single malt. Beautiful grounds, and a great tour of the facility. The restaurant/bar area is comfortable, and there’s often live music. The whisky is delicious. The water comes from a creek that passes through the grounds. There is accommodation available.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Response from Bertha M, Manager at Glenora Inn and Distillery
Responded Sep 28, 2019
Thank you! We really appreciate our guests taking the time to write a review. Thanks again, Bertha.
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