Tour - Dunrobin Castle, Distillery & Falls of Shin

(from Port of Invergordon or Inverness area)

Dunrobin Castle Tour from InvergordonImage © StrachanTours, all rights reserved.

Full Day Excursion

Available all Year
(limited only by winter daylight hours)

Start anytime between 8-9am
Duration approx 9hrs

Enjoy a private tour / shore excursion from the Port of Invergordon  This tour has something for all the family with fantastic scenery & fabulous attractions in equal amounts. We visit the lovely highland towns of Tain and Dornoch where you'll see the cathedral where Madonna and Guy Ritchie baptised their child.  We then visit one of the best examples of a fairytale style castle in Scotland, that is the impressive and grandiose Dunrobin Castle, seat of the Duke of Sutherland.  Tour the castle and then explore the fabulous formal gardens.  We then take a scenic drive through fine countryside and stop for a little walk at the Falls of Shin where can watch for salmon leaping and later perhaps savour the taste of Scotland at a fine distillery!
Additional Information:
  1. This Full day tour is an ideal shore excursion from the Port of Invergordon or Inverness
  2. Suitable for most ages and abilities although please be aware the Castle has a quite a few steps to negotiate so, may NOT be suitable for people with walking difficulties.  
    Please check/advise in advance so we can adjust itinerary to suit.
  3. Good footwear and warm weather resistant clothing is recommended
  4. Tour Highlights:
      Visit the highland towns of Tain and Dornoch
      Scenic drive through part of Ross and Cromarty and Sutherland
      Visit Dunrobin Castle and Gardens
      Visit the Falls of Shin
      Visit Dalmore Distillery or Equivalent    
  5. Typical admission charges (extra) payable directly to the attraction (based on 2017 rates):
      Dunrobin Castle approx £11/adult
      Distillery approx £10/adult
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