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Deanston Distillery & Visitor Centre

Deanston Distillery Near Doune, Stirling FK16 6AG, Scotland
+44 1786 843010
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Deanston Distillery is located 8 miles north of Stirling on the A84 near Doune, at the gateway to the dramatic Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park. No ordinary 'run of the mill' whisky tour, we are just 45 minutes from Edinburgh and Glasgow. Visit us and experience our traditional open mash tun, gleaming copper stills and our maturation warehouse 2b. During your visit taste our distinctive single malt whisky which is fruity with a malty spiciness on the palate. Our distillery cafe, The Coffee Bothy is the ideal place to sit back and enjoy a leisurely lunch or coffee and cake. Either 'pre-tour' or 'apres-tour' make time to visit The Coffee Bothy where all our food is freshly prepared and handmade in the distillery kitchen. Our friendly and knowledgable team look forward to welcoming you to Deanston Distillery. - Free Parking - Disabled Access - Distillery Shop - Distillery CafeAdditional Information:Set in the heart of Scotland, Deanston Distillery is an ideal starting point to take in the best of what Scotland has to offer. Having visited our whisky distillery other Scottish icons nearby include castles, lochs, glens and wild animals! Doune Castle, backdrop to the Monty Python film 'Knights of the Holy Grail' is 20 minutes walking distance, Stirling Castle the favoured residence of Scotland's Kings and Queens only 8 miles away. Loch Katrine surrounded by beautiful scenery is 30 minutes by car and the Blair Drummond Safari Park just down the road. Combined with the local villages of Doune, Callander, Dunblane and the City of Stirling there is much to see and do.
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Deanston Distillery Near Doune, Stirling FK16 6AG, Scotland
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+44 1786 843010
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This is the second time I have visited this fantastic place. Previously, it was a standard tour and then a nice lunch. Today was the deluxe tour. Ruth was our tour guide, who delivered a first class performance​ and was extremely knowledgeable and pleasant in...More

Thank Laurie B
Reviewed 2 days ago

The distillery offers guided tours of the complex several times a day through the purchase of a ticket at the gift shop. These three quarter of an hour tours take the visitor through key sections of the distillery with a taste testing at the end....More

Thank Vicki E
Reviewed 4 days ago

We were looking for a whiskey tour and this would be the one to go to. They make their whiskey different than other whiskey manufacturers, because of their processing and its unique and worthwhile to go here for the tour and tasting. The cafe is...More

Thank yardleywang
Reviewed 4 days ago

I've been on a distillery tour in the states but only learned about the process of making the liquor. The guide here not only showed us their process in there self sustained facility, but they also told us about the oiliness of the whisky, angels...More

Thank Alyssa H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We came on the bus in down season so not producing whisky which was good so we could hear the tour guide. The guides knowledge was fantastic and was really pleasant. It was an informative tour even if your not into whisky as there is...More

Thank Higgins-Clan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We arrived early so had a small bite to eat and the food was delicious with great service. The tour was good, not too long, and the guide was incredibly knowledgable. The gift shop was lovely too.

Thank Christina A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We have a lovely cup of tea and piece of cake before our tour. The tour was interesting and the whisky was also very good.

Thank Duke872
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was a lot of fun and educational tour of a distillery. Loved the whole "Angels share" belief. The whiskey tasted amazing. The restaurant had really good food.

Thank Scrosson
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A group of us visited Deanston spur of the moment and was really glad we did! We paid for a 50 minute tour, some of us tried the numerous whisky on offer. It was great to hear about the history of the site and it...More

Thank Lucy D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Take the tasting room tour, might be slightly more expensive but is the exact same tour but with additional tasting of the local produce, Deanston 18yr old is well worth the additional cost. Declan our tour guide was very informative and made the tour interesting

Thank joehM1228IK
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Luba O
26 July 2017|
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Response from Peter S | Property representative |
Hi There, We are delighted to see all ages at the Distillery. We ask for our younger visitors (under 12) that they are accompanied by an adult at all times, one adult per young person. We look forward to seeing you... More
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packardholly
3 January 2017|
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Response from Martin S | Reviewed this property |
best bet would be to stirling town centre, not sure if there is local buses run to the distillery but you could get a taxi (20 mins) or it would be easy enough in a hire car and use a sat nav, stirling tourist centre could... More
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alw4
17 July 2016|
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Response from Barryfitz2014 | Reviewed this property |
there are different prices starting from £9 up to £32. all three tours are the same it's just the amount of tasting at the end you want to do. 9 12 20 23 25 and 32. we took the £25 that was 4 whiskey tasting along with 4... More
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