A VisitScotland five star attraction and the home to a famous Highland Single Malt Whisky renowned for its gentle flavours. Super friendly staff and great samples - you need a non whisky lover to drive home!
A lovely road cycle on NCR 7, or short scenic train ride, is rewarded with a fine dram. Fortunately, it is downhill on the way back. Please cycle our tandem responsibly!
Apparently Dalwhinnie is Scotland's highest distillery - enjoy tours and tastings :-) You can always take the train so that you can enjoy a tipple....
“We are within the RSPB nature reserve - borrow our binoculars or telescope and explore. We have white tailed eagles visiting this year. ”
“Great food and wine at The Cross. Booking essential. £££ but worth the pennies :-) A great place for a celebration meal.”
“The "local" pub. Also serves food. I've never been but my mum has and she enjoyed her meal :-)”
“Sight if historical significance: Ruthven Barracks were built by George II’s government between 1719 and 1721 following the Jacobite rising of 1715. They were to house garrison infantry to police the area and enforce the Disarming Act of 1716.”