“Holyrood Distillery has raised the bar in
In 2019 Holyrood Distillery was awarded Best Visitor Attraction by
Euan’s Guide, for the accessibility of the site and its experiences, and
our attention to customer care. Please find independent reviews
regarding accessibility at Euan’s Guide here
The distillery is serviced by wheelchair-accessible lifts to all floors, with accessible parking available at the site on request. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve parking, and if you have any other queries before booking.
Assistance Dogs are very welcome on our tours and experiences, but please do email us at email@example.com to make your booking or enquiry, so that we can ensure the right welcome for your four-legged friend.
Our FAQs can be found below.
We Are A Short 15-Minute Walk From The Royal Mile, Located Right Next To Holyrood Park.
The Lothian Buses Number 14 Stops On Rankeillor Street A 2-Minute Walk To Our Front Door And Many Other Services Stop Nearby, Please Visit Lothian Buses For Details.
We Don’t Provide Public Parking, However Blue Badge Holders/Registered Disabled Vehicles Can Pick Up And Drop Off In The Courtyard Area.
We Have Several Bike Racks On Site, Allocated On A First Come First Serve Basis.
All Ages Are Welcome On The Distillery Tour, Under 5’S Go Free And Children Ages 5-17 Are Offered A Discounted Ticket. We Also Have Baby Changing Facilities On Site If It Is Required.
Our Bar Is Exclusive For Ticket Holders Though You’d Be Most Welcome To Visit Our Distillery Shop. Please Get In Touch If You Would Like To Use Our Bar For A Private Event By Emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The Samples On Our Tour Are Complimentary Therefore The Price Reflects The Experience Only. If You Wish To You Can Take Your Samples To Enjoy Later Or We’ll Provide A Non-Alcoholic Alternative.
Yes, Guide Dogs, Hearing Or Other Registered Assistance Dogs. Proof Of Registration Must Be Provided On Request. Assistance Dogs In Training Are Not Permitted.
The Experience Is Fully Accessible For Those With Mobility Requirements. There Is An Onsite Wheelchair Which Can Be Used For The Duration Of The Tour. In Addition, We Have Induction Loops Available Throughout The Building.
Where Possible We Would Encourage You Not To Print Your Ticket As Our Team Can Scan An Electronic Copy On Your Device.
Don’t Worry, We Will Try To Accommodate You Subject To Availability, Please Let Us Know As Far In Advance As Possible. Please Contact The Booking And Enquiries Team On 0131 285 8973 Or email@example.com And They Will Advise The Best Option Available.
You’re Welcome To Take Personal Belongings On The Tour; However We Don’t Have The Facilities To Store These On Your Behalf. Waverley Train Station And St Andrews Bus Station Have Left Luggage Facilities.
We Recommend To Book In Advance To Avoid Disappointment, You Can Book Up Until Midnight Prior To Your Tour Date.
If You Are A Group Of 10 Or More, Please Get In Touch With Our Booking And Enquiries Team By Contacting firstname.lastname@example.org Or Calling 0131 285 8973.
Yes, In Line With Scottish Licensing Law All Visitors That Look Under The Age Of 25 Will Be Asked For ID. Please Bring A Valid Passport Or Photographic Driving License.