Muir of Ord (Scottish Gaelic: Am Blàr Dubh) is a village in Highland, Scotland. It is situated near the western boundary of the Black Isle, about 20 km west of the city of Inverness, and 10 km south of Dingwall. It has a population of 3,026.
Restaurants in Muir of Ord
4.5 based on 493 reviews
Nestled on the outskirts of Muir of Ord, Glen Ord Distillery is one of the Highland's hidden treasures producing liquid gold all year round. With a welcome as warm as the whisky, you'll be sure to leave satisfied after experiencing the world-famous Scottish hospitality at this 5* visitor attraction. Open all year, Glen Ord offers a range of tours to suit everyone; from the whisky novice to the connoisseur.
My husband went on the Glen Ord tour which 45 minutes long, it started with an exhibition in the visitor centre about the history of the distillery which was informative. He was then taken around the distillery which he was then shown the main parts of the distillery process but there was nothing new on the tour that you would get if you'd visited a different distillery for a tour. So there was nothing distinctive about the tour, he had previously been on the Dalwhinnie tour and this tour felt very similar as to be expected as they are both part of the same group. An explanation of how the casks are reconditioned was given which was new information for him. The tasting involved tasting 3 whiskies and taking home a dram glass.
5 based on 183 reviews
In Your Element is a mobile outdoor adventure activity company offering amazing outdoor adventures across Scotland, with bases in Inverness, Aviemore and at Loch Lomond (previously known as Boots N Paddles). We offer a range of outdoor experience for families, stag/ hen groups, corporate or charity groups including canoeing, gorge walking, archery, aerial adventure courses and much more. We're the largest canoe and kayak hire operator in Scotland, with a large fleet of boats available for individuals, small groups and adventure events. With a flexible shuttle service and comprehensive outfitting service we should be your first port of call.
On the spur of the moment we hired a Katakanu for the hour and had the most fantastic time, as a family of four, paddling in the Loch. The kids particularly enjoyed it. Staff are friendly and laid back and I would say the hire...MoreMany thanks for coming along to try out our katakanus at Loch Lomond Shores. It's a great place to have a bit of fun on the water with the family. Thanks too for taking the time to give us a review. Much appreciated, Calum.
4.5 based on 64 reviews
With stunning views across Easter Ross to Ben Wyvis, Tollie Red Kites provides close-up views of our most graceful bird of prey. A team of volunteers feed the birds every day and you can watch them feed from the comfort of a specially-converted farmstead building. Tollie Red Kites is a partnership between RSPB Scotland and the Brahan Estate. Entry by donation, suggested £5.
Hidden in the middle of farmland up a rutted, potholed road this site has an excellent visitor centre and plenty of parking. Now has a toilet on site as well.You can wander around during normal daylight hours and the warden comes to feed the kites once a day at 2pm. The day we visited there were 4 kites wheeling round but nothing came down to eat - not even the gulls, so we had reasonable views but not good photography.
I had expected more kites along the lines of Gigrin Farm. The warden was excellent in talking to everyone and it's good that they are being fed and that they're working with local landowners not to persecute them.
Wouldn't make the effort again to go and see them, but if you're in the area then it might be worth it.
5 based on 182 reviews
Wildwoodz is the Highland's Premier Paintball, Archery and Lasertag Venue. The only Visit Scotland 5 Star graded Activity Centre in the whole of the Highlands and also the closest paintball venue to Inverness with easy access from all over the highlands.If you're looking for an exciting day out with friends or family - you can rely on Wildwoodz to create memories that will last. New for 2016! Axe throwing and Bushcraft!
10 Xbox mad almost and teenage boy's took on the fresh air pursuit of lazertag, Dave you were a legend, their word's, absolutely fantastic time had by all, highly recommend, great fun in a safe environment. Picture of the birthday boy.Thanks Keri. I had a great afternoon with the boys and their armchair gun skills. We’d love to have them back any time. Thanks for the awesome review - it’s really appreciated.
5 based on 76 reviews
Always worth stopping in Strathpeffer, it has a unique charm. Parking at the old station you can fortify yourself at the delicious coffee shop then sample the delights of Embrace which does just that, welcoming you to enjoy it's wide range of gifts ,cards, jewellery,art and other treasures. All are displayed very artistically while allowing comfortable browsing to relaxing music. I always come away with a few 'finds', intended as gifts, though you just have to treat yourself sometimes! Before you know it you'll be skipping back along the station platform, swinging your pink bag!
5 based on 151 reviews
Please avoid the disappointment of being turned away. Aigas Field Centre is a residential business and not open to passing visitors. Prior booking is always required. The internationally acclaimed and award-winning field centre for the Highlands and Islands of Scotland; Aigas is a Highland estate and family home offering unsurpassed hospitality, educational holidays and wildlife experiences to residential visitors from all over the world.
With high expectations from all the great TA reviews, I went to Aigas as part of a Road Scholar group - and Aigas met and exceeded all those expectations. My previous 2 weeks in Scotland had been as part of a photo tour that was long on photo ops, but extremely light on information about history, geology, lore, ecology, etc etc. The wonderfully trained, articulate and enthusiastic rangers at Aigas filled in all the gaps and then some.
Sir John's lecture about the history of the Highlands brought the Jacobite Rebellion and so much more into sharp focus, with application to US history and today's world situations. I could have listened for another hour. Lady Lucy's concern for the needs of her guests and the dietary peculiarities of each one make the meals a delight, and she, Hermione and the rest of the staff make it clear they will do their best to make everyone's stay as wonderful as they can. And everything is done with such ease and grace.
Thanks to all for a wonderful stay. I am sending my friends (and maybe will sneak back with one of them)!
4.5 based on 204 reviews
A stunning scenery, walks colour coded for difficulty levels. Big car park and toilets, a lovely stop off
4.5 based on 74 reviews
With over 20 years expereince providing Outdoor Activities, Fairburn Activity Centre is sure to provide an unforgettable visit. As a Small Centre, we pride ourselves in ensuring we tailor your visit to your individual needs and aim to meet every expectation you may have! We offer a diverse range of services mainly concentrating on outdoor activities, conference/meeting facilities and B&B. We are one of the most northerly residential Activity Centres in the UK with a long history of providing exciting and educational residential activity packages to both schools, youth groups and individuals. We have fourteen ensuite bedrooms with shower and jacuzzi baths and our room rate includes continental breakfast. Wifi and use of the sauna are also available free of charge for all our guests. Our outdoor activities include Paintballing, Climbing and Abseilling, Canoeing, Mountain Biking, Zorbing, Aerial Runway, Walk on Water Balls, Lasertag, Archery, Hill Walks, Orienteering, Raft Building, and a Ropes Course. We welcome everyone to Fairburn and promise to provide you with a day you'll never forget!
Was there with a group of Girlguiding members. I thoroughly enjoyed myself watching the girls get wet when raft building! Mini Highland Games was exhausting, Bushcraft was educational, and bubble football was just pure hilarity. Great mix of events, thanks
5 based on 44 reviews
My wife and I have traveled extensively and know that having a local guide take you around greatly enhances the experience and is well worth the expense. We arranged for K. Thomson to guide us around the northeast Scotland for three days, after Reading Tripadvisor reviews. K is an amazing guide and an amazing person. He speaks five languages, has an encyclopedic knowledge of not just Scotland but just about everything else as well! We just loved travelling with him in his van, and learning about Scottish history, archeology, nature, and politics. He took us to some interesting and out-of-the way spots that are off the tourist trail. K knows the best eateries and ice-cream parlors, where you can picnic, and where to go to spot wildlife. He helped arrange our accommodations and his choices were excellent. For the cruisers out there, he will do pick up at the Invergordon cruise terminal. I can't recommend his enough, and we're already planning another trip next year to have him show us another part of Scotland.
4.5 based on 146 reviews
We always like to visit a brewery while on vacation as we like to sample the local brews. This place was fairly close to where we were staying, so we decided to check it out. When you make the turn for this place off the...MoreThanks for the review! Glad you enjoyed our barrel-aged beers, we're really pleased with them. Cheers!
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