Frequently Asked Questions
Can I book a private tour for my party?
Yes, although our maximum group size is already limited to 6 guests, you can request private tours by arrangement. Please note that for a private tour with a group size of 3 or less, a supplement will be applicable. Please contact us for details.
Can a bespoke tour be arranged for my party?
Yes, although we provide a wide range of tours to local food and drink producers blended with visits to popular iconic attractions, if there is something specific that you would like to see that has not been included in our tours, please contact us and we will do our best to accommodate you. As a small family business, we are highly flexible and customer satisfaction is our priority.
Can I make a last minute booking?
Typically we need a minimum of 48 hours to arrange a tour as we need to communicate with our tour partners. However, if a tour is already planned to run within the 48 hour period then you may be able to join it if the maximum group size is not exceeded. Please contact us for details of availability.
What should I bring with me on the tour?
- We would recommend comfortable shoes suitable for walking around the various production facilities and attractions that we visit such as distilleries, gardens and castles.
- We would also recommend a coat and warm clothing if your tour involves spending any period of time outdoors, for example, a boat trip.
- While all sampling and tasting described in each tour itinerary is included in the cost, to allow you to buy additional items such as lunchtime drinks, lunch (on tours where this is not included) and purchases from the various producers’ stores you will require your own form of payment (cash, card, etc).
Are your tours suitable for anyone?
Our Experience tours and Events involve visits to various producers of alcoholic drinks and conclude with tasting sessions. Due to this, we limit these tours to age 18 and over. We are able to accommodate children age 12 and over on our Explore tours.
Some of the venues we visit involve walking on uneven ground, climbing stairs and movement through production areas with restricted space and therefore are not suitable for those with reduced mobility.
For our full policy on both of the above, please see our T&Cs.