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All reviews full range great restaurant seaview cottage wait for a table excellent food great lunch haggis our tour guide great tour cafe restaurant single malt sandwich friendly staff tasting session great visit beautiful location scones
I don't really know where to begin with this one, I love the whisky and my first trip to the distillery in 2009 was great. But roll on a couple of years and they're just full of themselves. They're the brand first and whisky and...More
We walked the 3 miles to Ardbeg from Port Ellen on a beautiful day and worked up an appetite for lunch. My partner and I had smoked haddock chowder which was pretty good but the kids pizza meal was very poor. A burnt frozen pizza...More
We had a very informative tour and tasting at Ardbeg by surely experienced and expert tour guide Ron(?). More info and nice details than the other distilleries maybe even on the same road. With a hint of british humour on the side the 1,5 hour...More
Although not big Ardbeg drinkers, we were advised to go to the distillery for the tour alone. It did not disappoint.
From the minute you park your car and walk past the large ex-still outside, the place oozes smartness and a swept-up operation. Wee Emma...More
This seemed like the busiest distillery on Islay, with lots of visitors and tours fully booked out. We were unable to get a tour, but were offered a free tasting at the bar of one malt. The staff were all friendly, but seemed totally rushed...More
You can see the three big distilleries from the ferry as it sails into Port Ellen, all loom large and white out of the mist and gloom! Booking seemed to be essential, and tours were well supported. Our guide was knowledgeable and interesting, however, one...More