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Scotland is famous the world over for its castles, legends and whisky and we have put them all together on this four day tour around the Grampian Mountains. Visit historic castles, fortresses and beautiful gardens before enjoying the fine Dallas Dhu Distillery. You will witness the completely preserved time capsule of the distiller's craft and then enjoy a dram (or two) of Scotch Whisky.
From: 01 Apr 2012 - To: 30 Sep 2012
Arrive at the hotel and settle in. Explore the locality before enjoying dinner in the restaurant and your first overnight stay.
Travel south to Glamis Castle, ancestral home of the Earl of Strathmore for more than 600 years. From here, make your way to Stanley Mills, a hi-tech interactive visitor experience at the spectacular 18th-century water mill complex beside the River Tay. Return to your hotel for the night.
Today, visit two more historic castles. Firstly, Crathes Castle is set against a magnificent garden with its world-renowned June Border. Afterwards, visit Drum Castle and gardens, which was the home of the Irvine family from 1323-1975. Situated in the world-famous castle country of north-east Scotland, the castle stands at the gates to Royal Deeside on a ridge overlooking the River Dee, 10 miles from the heart of the granite city, Aberdeen. Return to your hotel and have a relaxing evening before the long day ahead tomorrow
Today, visit the Dallas Dhu distillery, built in 1898 to produce the popular ‘Roderick Dhu’ blend of whisky. Visitors can see and hear how whisky was made and sample a free dram. From here continue on to Culloden Battlefield, one of Scotland’s most significant historic sites. Scene of the last stand of the Jacobite rebellion it has a haunting, evocative atmosphere. Start your journey home.
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