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All reviews full range great restaurant seaview cottage wait for a table great lunch our tour guide haggis excellent food great tour cafe restaurant single malt friendly staff beautiful location tasting session great visit scones tasting room
Very good tour by WeeEmma, a very well informed lady who did not only treat us with the lovely breakfast whisky An Oa, but also a suprise dram of the 2019 commitee release of the Ardbeg Drum. Ardbeg has had some great drams over the...More
Beautiful location. Excellent informative visit with Ron our tour guide who had a good sense of humour. Learned a lot about the whisky process on Islay. Met some interesting fellow travellers from all around the world. Fantastic food in the distillery cafe. Hard to beat.
Absolutely great lunch, good value and great atmosphere in the cafe area. For £1.50 my cup of rea in a pot poured four full cups of tea! Staff were friendly and helpful.
My wife and daughter loved the Tour (£6.00) and enjoyed their free dram....More
Went on the tour of the distillery and tasting. Being in the off season February I feel we got an extra personal service. Emma our tour guide was really knowledgeable and passionate about the place and the product, the tour was the most informative and...More
We stayed at Seaview Cottage in December, and it was just amazing. Emma, the property manager had organised a highchair, travel cot and safety gate all set up so our toddler was safe and fully catered for in this amazing and large property. Emma also...More
It being January, it is the off season for Islay and this distillery. We booked Ardbeg's Seaview Cottage, which is a 6-person self-catering accommodation on the distillery grounds. They cottage itself was amazing with comfortable rooms,a fabulous kitchen and living space, and a wonderful location...More
We decided to visit Ardbeg while on Islay, despite some of the negative comments on Tripadvisor. We decided to skip the tour and focus on the tasting. Our host was brilliant, with a superb sense of humour, tremendous passion for whisky and extremely loyal to...More