Ravenscourt is a licensed Guest House - centrally located in Grantown-on-Spey in the Cairngorms National Park at Seafield Avenue, Grantown on Spey PH26 3JG | Tel: 01479 872 286 | info@ravenscourthouse.co.uk

The Whisky Trail and Malt Whisky in Speyside

A welcoming Highland Guest House

Whisky and the Speyside Way Distilleries

Whisky at Ravenscourt House and Grantown-on-Spey

Simply Speyside Whisky Tours

www.simplyspeyside.co.uk

Phone Calum on  +44 (0) 7816 185 978

or email tours@simplyspeyside.co.uk

Contact Simply Speyside Whisky Tours for a day’s tour of our local distilleries.  They also offer general tours of castles, the coast, local attractions.  The Simply Speyside whisky tours are guided by Calum in a luxury SUV and can be arranged for a half or a full day.

Including pickup from your accommodation, you can travel and visit the local speyside distilleries in comfort with an expert guide who is passionate about whisky

After all, when visiting Grantown-on-Spey, what better way to spend some time than visiting one of the many Speyside whisky distilleries?

Speyside is by far the largest whisky-producing region, roughly half of all of Scotland’s distilleries are situated in Speyside. A hotel or guest house in Grantown-on-Spey makes an ideal base for touring the whisky trail, or visiting individual distilleries and tasting the world-famous whiskies. Ravenscourt House, our wonderful licensed guest house/small hotel is the ideal base for visiting the many distilleries in this whisky producing region of the Highlands.

We are a licensed guest house and at Ravenscourt House, we currently stock over 68 single malts, which can be enjoyed in our comfortable bar/lounge. These include many of Speyside’s rich, fruity single malt whiskies, which are considered the essence of a good single malt whisky.

Did you know: Speyside’s Cardhu Distillery was the only distillery in Scotland to have been founded by a woman, it was opened in 1811 by Helen Cumming.

 

 

 

Important, please check with the individual distilleries before visiting, as they have different opening times and sometimes facilities change

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