Fettercairn is situated in the foothills of the Howe of Mearns. This area is one of Scotland's most fertile regions, and is why Fettercairn is blessed with beautiful roaming countryside, and maintains its roots in farming.

In the centre of the village is the famous Romanesque Fettercairn Arch, which dates over three centuries which stands proud as a reminder of the areas relationship with the Royal Family .

The wonderful countryside and history of the village is complemented by one of the oldest malt whisky distilleries in Scotland. The distillery is snugly tucked away at the foot of the Cairngorms from which it takes spring water supplies. These distinct characteristics combine to produce a balanced malt whisky with a fine character.

Fettercairn Distillery

The Distillery Visitor Centre run tours 10am until 4pm, Tuesday to Saturday, from April until the end of September.

There are two different types of tours available:

The Fettercairn tour you can sample the 12 Years Old

The Connoisseur Tour you can taste both the 12 Years Old and the 12 Years Old PX Finish.

 

The Fettercairn Tour costs £7.50 and the Connoisseur Tour is £10.