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Take a morning tour (on the hour), that lasts about 30 minutes. Just enough to be informative, without getting boring! The music starts in the bar-restaurant at 1pm, so arrive early if you're not a Celtic music lover.
The tour took about 15 minutes, and ended with a tasting. It was ok, I guess I was just expecting something more extensive. But on the whole it's a fine stop. The grounds are pretty, the scotch was ok...but I'm not the most knowlegeble in...More
We visited this distillery/hotel on our travels through our drive of the Cabot trail. The rooms are very basic and really need some decorating and basic up grading especially for the price we paid! For 300.00/ night you would expect a nice room this was...More
My hubby (who is the whiskey drinker) and I toured this facility. You have to pay for the tours (which was very interesting !) however which is unusual in Ontario. The tour is well worth it though! The flight of testers is expensive ($50). The...More
We booked a room at the Inn for an entire week so that we could fish in the area. The room is nicely sized, but lacks basic amenities like a small refrigerator or a microwave. The tub is a nice size if you want to...More
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US$231 - US$245 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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