Things got a little exciting at Brae House B&B this week when a familiar name popped up in The Guardian. One of our recent guests kindly included us in their new article and tipped us as the place to stay if you are visiting Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery. You can read the article here.
Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery is within walking distance from Brae House so there’s no need for a designated driver after sampling their finest scotch. You’ll also pass a watering hole or two on the way – just incase you need ‘one for the road’!
If you are looking to learn more about ‘Scotland’s nectar’, there are a couple of other distilleries within a short driving distance to Brae House. They can also be accessed by public transport, should you want to try a dram.
Blair Athol Distillery
Perth Road, Pitlochry
One of the oldest working distilleries in Scotland. Blair Athol single malt whisky is produced using water that has flowed down the slopes of Ben Vrackie. The malt is used in the famous Bell’s whisky and is also available in 12 year old bottling. There are lots of tour options for visitors to choose from including tasting sessions and full day tours.
This unique distillery is one of the smallest in Scotland. Nestled in the heart of Highland Perthshire, Edradour Distillery specialises in handmade Single Malt Whisky with over 25 expressions to choose from. Guests can take part in guided tours and tasting sessions. The distillery is open all year round but tours are limited and weather dependent during the winter months.
To book a stay at Brae House B&B during your whisky trail, you can visit our reservations page here.