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We had an amazing time at Ardbeg! Highly recommend the tour and tasting. It was a highlight for us. Had lunch in their restaurant and it was fantastic! As an added bonus, if you have the opportunity to stay a few nights, look into staying...More
We didn't do any of the tours at Ardbeg but did do the Whisky Taster with lunch. The whisky was fantastic. The distillery grounds are also enjoyable to walk around and relax. There are nice views of the distillery from near the water.
Visited for the standard 3pm tour (£7) which was led by a very knowledgable young woman who led us through each step of the whisky making process. It was great to get the opportunity to get a taste of the wash straight from the wash...More
We were so impressed with the food here we ate here Twice. The smoked haddock chowder and the fish pie were fabulous. The whisky tasting was worth the money. We did not do the tour as we have done so previously. The staf were helpful...More
Went to Ardbeg distillery with friends, had lunch there. Food is great. Staff is welcoming and knowledgeable abt the menu and whisky. They tried to accommodate off menu requests. Had a tour with a lovely young guide, and we tasted different types. Highly recommended.
Our tour guide was well informed and we had a great tour. There was a fun atmosphere and the whisky is excellent. You get to taste one whisky from a choice of 5. There was three of us on our tour, so between we tasted...More
Let me start by saying that it is extremely difficult to single out the nicest distillery in Islay.
Leaving aside the quality of their whisky and purely on aesthetic reasons, the south coast of Islay with its rugged shores, sandy beaches and those gleaming white...More