A visit to Glen Ord, on the edge of the Black Isle in the Highlands west of Inverness, is a delight to both the eye and the palate.
Glen Ord is delighted to be taking part in the first ever Highland Whisky Festival on the 16th May - for more information on events and tickets visit: www.highlandwhiskyfestival.co.uk
Nestled on the outskirts of Muir of Ord, Glen Ord Distillery is one of the Highland's hidden treasures producing liquid gold all year round.
With a welcome as warm as the whisky, you'll be sure to leave satisfied after experiencing the world-famous Scottish hospitality at this 5* visitor attraction.
Open all year, Glen Ord offers a range of tours to suit everyone; from the whisky novice to the connoisseur.
Getting there by Road
From the South
Follow the A9 (Perth-Inverness road) north over the Kessock Bridge to the Tore Roundabout, 7 miles north of Inverness. From the roundabout take the A832, which is the 1st exit and is signposted for Muir of Ord and Glen Ord distillery. Entering the village go straight on at the junction, over the railway bridge and take the 1st left. The distillery is 0.75 miles along this road.
From the North
Leave the A9 (Thurso-Inverness road) at the roundabout 5 miles south of Alness and take the 2nd exit signposted for Dingwall and Muir of Ord. Continue along the A862 through Dingwall, at the next roundabout take the 2nd exit signposted Maryburgh and Muir of Ord. Entering Muir of Ord take a right turn just before the railway bridge at the signpost for Glen Ord distillery.
Getting there by railway:- Muir of Ord railway station is situated in the middle of the village. On leaving the train head up the steps onto road bridge going over the railway. From here you will see the signs for Glen Ord Distillery approx. a 10-minute walk.
Getting there by aeroplane:- Inverness airport is approximately a 35 minute drive from Muir of Ord.