Holidays in Glenlivet

Visitor Guide

Food - Clothing - Gifts


Food - Clothing - Gifts

 in Glenlivet and the Cairngorms, Aberdeenshire, Grampian,

Moray, Nairn and Inverness-shire


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Walkers of Aberlour  (Aberlour)

World famous makers of shortbread – available everywhere of course, but visit the factory shop and buy some “seconds”




Moniack Highland Winery  (between Inverness and Beauly)

Following centuries old traditions, the Frasers of Moniack produce wines from wildflowers, fruits and tree sap, and the guided tour takes you round the fermenting room, filtering processes, bottling and labelling then pass through the cellars to the kitchen where they also produce preserves and sauces. There is also an audio visual presentation showing harvesting and wine making.

Guided Tours of the winery approximately every 20 minutes, also an Audio Visual presentation of the wine and preserve making The shop stocks all Moniack products and you will be able made most welcome by our friendly staff.

Opening Times 11am - 5 pm in summer  - 11am - 4pm in winter - closed Sundays



Johnstons of Elgin  (Elgin)

Producers of finest quality cashmere and fine woollen knitwear, the only mill still to carry out all processes from raw fibre to finished garment on one site.  Their Heritage Centre includes a retail shop with their full range of products as well as a coffee shop and displays on sourcing fibre and manufacturing.

Open Mon-Sat 9.00-5.30 and Sun (Apr-Dec) 11.00-5.00



Baxters Highland Village  (just outside Fochabers)

In addition to all Baxter’s food products and a very well stocked whisky shop, there are other stores offering kitchen accessories, clothing, gifts, etc and an excellent restaurant.

The following website has information on the nearby town of Fochabers.

Fochabers Folk Museum and Heritage Centre has a collection of over 4000 items from horse drawn carts to costumes, including Victorian shop, clocks, toys, etc along with a large collection of photographs of the town over the years.  Leaflet available – “A Stroll Around Fochabers”

Open from April to September Tues–Fri 11am to 4pm: Sat-Sun 2pm to 4pm




Brodie Countryfare  (A96 between Forres and Nairn)




Morgan McVeigh’s  (A96 between Huntly and Inverurie)






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