Glen Moray is a small authentic working distillery with bags of atmosphere and real people going about their business – making whisky. We offer a range of distillery tours and tastings as well as a coffee shop and gift shop.
Our Visitor Centre includes a small coffee shop serving light lunches, homemade soups, cakes and biscuits. Enjoy a bite to eat before your tour, relax with a tasting after your lunch or just pop in for a cup of coffee. In the summer months our outside seating area allows you to enjoy a bit of fresh air with a whisky or even a beer. Dogs are welcome in our outside seating area.
There is level access from the main entrance to:Main Visitor CentreWelcome DeskTasting BarVisitor Centre ToiletsCoffee ShopOutdoor Eating AreaGift ShopSmoking Area
Getting hereFor further information on accessible travel in Scotland, go to Transport Scotland.
Travel by public transport
The walk from the train station takes approximately 25mins and is fairly flat until reaching a steep hill before the distillery. There is a taxi rank available at the train station and information boards with taxi numbers should be displayed if there is no available car.
Travel by taxi
Mobile reception at the Visitor Centre can be poor so staff are happy to call a taxi of your choice to arrange a collection for you.
Path to main entrance
Double doors at the entrance can be opened fully if required if not already held open.
Getting around inside
Visual Impairment - General Information
Ticket/ information desk
Our welcome desk for ticket sales and information is a flexible area where guests are greeted. There is a lower level area to one side and staff will always come out from behind the desk if assistance is requested or required in any way necessary.
Things to See and Do
Main Visitor Centre
Visitor Centre Toilets
Our gift shop has a wide open central area with no pathways or restrictions. Shelving extends to almost 1800mm, a member of staff will always be available to assist customers who cannot reach or see anything on upper levels.
Place to eat and drink
Our coffee shop and kitchen are happy to help customers with dietary requirements to find something suitable on our menu, or make something specific with advance notice. Customers are also welcome to bring in any items that we do not provide. We do however run a very small kitchen and do not have dedicated allegen-free zones at all times.
Any requests or enquiries can be directed to the kitchen by calling 01343 550900.
Place to eat and drink
Outdoor Eating Area
Our outside seating area is available for our coffee shop and Visitor Centre customers to use for eating, drinking and whisky tastings. Dogs are also welcome in the outside area.
Getting around outside
The smoking area is a small designated space to the right hand side of the Visitor Centre. This is the only permitted smoking area on site.
Customer care support
Emergency evacuation procedures
As some of our production areas are not accessible we tailor our tours and provide additional guides to help accommodate any guests who cannot participate in the whole tour route. Advance communication from guests will help us to do this.