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Established since 1998


Dalmore Distillery

Welcome to the Highlands of Scotland

The Dalmore Distillery
Entrance fee included in Price
Royal Burgh of Dornoch
Drive along the waters edge of Loch Fleet
Then to Dunrobin Castle, Gardens and the Falconry Display
(Alternative available for Dunrobin Castle between October and March during their downtime)
Entrance fee included in Price
The Falls of Shin
Have a good Breakfast then We come and collect you....
from your Cruise Liner or Hotel


Arriving at the visitors centre for a tour and to learn the history and to see how

The Dalmore is created

And of course for your Wee Dram to finish your day....

"Slainte Mhath"
Pronounced Slan je varr, this is the Scottish/Gaelic for cheers and good health)

The Royal Burgh of Dornoch

Stroll around Dornoch and visit the Cathedral

Dornoch Info Link...Click

Loch Fleet

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Dunrobin Castle is the most northerly of Scotland's great houses and the largest in the Northern Highlands with 189 rooms. Dunrobin Castle is also one of Britain's oldest continuously inhabited houses dating back to the early 1300s
Home to the Earls and later The Dukes of Sutherland.

Dunrobin Castle was built around 1275 AD

This impressive castle is the most northerly of Scotlandís great houses, and also the grandest,

A vast array of collections make for an interesting visit as you can browse through the bedrooms, nurseries, studies and public rooms at your own pace

A walk through the beautiful gardens

Then to be treated to one of the very best Falconry displays in the UK given by the Castle Falconer
"Andy Hughes" 

Dunrobin Castle was used for the Film location for Rosamunde Pilcher's novel

"Winter Solstice"

 And in "2005" the film crew were back shooting the sequel

"Summer Solstice"


"The Falls of Shin Visitor Centre"
 This is a truly wonderful experience for all the family
Set in the Achany Glen, amongst spectacular Highland scenery

When the glaciers melted after the last Ice Age in the UK , the Highland landscape was formed, creating Glens and Lochs. Erosion by debris, boulders and gravel led to the formation of the River Shin and the Falls of Shin which are a natural feature of the River, and are next to the visitor centre. 

Here you can watch from the viewing platform Atlantic Salmon
(Mid June to Late September)
Battle to return to their place of birth to spawn the next salmon generation.

The visitor centre shop has a range of exclusive luxury gifts from Harrods of Knightsbridge in London
and superb quality local crafts,

Light refreshments such, morning coffee or afternoon tea, even a full three-course meal, the restaurant is open daily from noon offering delicious seasonal, home made food.
And a chance to do some souvenir shopping in the Highlands

Falls of Shin now "WORLD RENOWNED" Banoffee Pie mmmmm! and a seasonal Strawberry version, double mmmmm ! !


We then take the scenic route for our return,  over the summit of
"Struie Hill"
Making our way to

"Millionaires View"

With wonderful views across the water to the mountains of Sutherland and beyond
passing through the award winning floral displays in the town of Alness


Exclusive Booking for Private Small Groups and Family Tours
£275 up to 4 persons
up to 8 persons
£61 per person for group of 6
 £46 per person for group of 8
(Please contact us regarding entrance fee's for private group tours)

This can also be enjoyed in 2 parts if you would like to return to the ship for lunch
Priced at £70 Per Person min 4 persons

Bookings are now being taken for 2011
(A Second or larger vehicle can be arranged for Group and Family Parties)

Note:-We reserve the right to visit the same places of interest in a different order

"We look forward to meeting every one of you"

You can also enjoy this tour as a
"One Day Holiday"
We can collect you from Inverness Airport or from The Caledonian Sleeper at Inverness Railway Station
first thing in the morning
A quick drive around before a Full Scottish Breakfast to set you up for the day
An evening meal at The Snowgoose in Inverness before you leave...

To Book or to make enquiry please email us your arrival details leaving subject line as titled so that the Spam filter lets the enquiry through

or contact us direct

Telephone 01862 842260
International Dial +44 (0)1862842260

Postal address

No2, Pine Lodge
IV18 0LL