Come explore our Victorian distillery and orchard gardens set within the abundant farmland and sweet-scented wildflowers of East Lothian, a mere 15 miles from Edinburgh. We look forward to welcoming you at Glenkinchie, the Lowland Home of Johnnie Walker.
Glenkinchie proudly serves as one of the Four Corners distilleries of Johnnie Walker. We distil the Edinburgh Malt that is enjoyed around the world on its own and as a vital component of Johnnie Walker whiskies. Discover the generous spirit of our garden home where we create our rare Lowland style whisky, evoking fragrant flowers, dried cut grass, and nutty cereal. We look forward to welcoming you at Glenkinchie, the Lowland Home of Johnnie Walker.
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Getting there by Road (Postcode EH34 5ET)
Head for A720, Edinburgh City-pypass.
Take Millerhill exit (between Sheriffhall roundabout and A1) - A68, Jedburgh.
Turn left - A6093, Haddington. Continue to Pencaitland. Follow signs for Glenkinchie Distillery (turn right at petrol station towards Lempockwells.
Continue to crossroads. Turn right, then turn left downhill to the distillery)
Getting there by railway:- From Prestonpans railway station head for Tranent then take the B6355 to Pencaitland.
Getting there by aeroplane:- .From Edinburgh Airport head for the city bypass south signs to Berwick-upon-Tweed. Carry on for nine miles to the Sheriffhall Roundabout, go straight over at this roundabout and take the 'Millerhall' junction signposted Jedburgh A68. Follow this road for 3.5 miles then take the A6093 signposted Haddington. When you reach Pencaitland, take a right turn at the petrol station and follow the signs for the distillery
By public transport from Edinburgh city centre, there is the East Lothian Bus service 113 which departs from Princes Street (outside the Mercure Hotel) and takes just over an hour to reach the village of Pencaitland. From there it is a 2.5 mile walk uphill (approx.40 minutes) to the distillery, or you can telephone for a taxi - we recommend Shirley at Glen Hire on 07437896908
Transport and Parking
Accessible Parking Or Drop-off Point
Partial wheelchair access
Lift or stairlift
Tactile route for visitors with visual impairments
Ramp to main entrance
Level access to bar
Level access from entrance to reception
Suitable for visitors with limited mobility
Level access to main entrance
Baby Changing Facilities
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