Cairngorm Cars
Taxi and private hire tour service in Aviemore
• Local and long distance taxi hire • Airport transfers • Whiskey and Highland tours • Courier service •
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Aviemore Taxi Company, Cairngorm National Park. Private Hires, Personalised Tours and Itineries in the Highlands. Whisky Trail Tours round Distilleries, Castles and other Scottish attractions.

Cairngorm Cars is a taxi and private tour company based in Aviemore in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park. We provide a friendly and efficient service in clean and comfortable cars serving Aviemore and the surrounding area. Cairngorm Cars offer competitive rates and no obligation quotes for: Local and long distance taxi hire, airport transfers, local and Highland tours, courier service.

We also provide full, half and part day tours - contact us for sample itineraries and prices. If you prefer, browse the local attractions listed below and put together your own bespoke tour package. We will happily give you a no obligation quote. Relax in the comfort of our air conditioned cars and enjoy the views, we are happy to stop wherever you want along the way. A local company with local knowledge, we will ensure you have a memorable day out. So whether you want a full day Highland tour or a take-away delivered to your holiday accommodation, give Cairngorm Cars a call on 07707 68 58 54. All drivers and cars are checked and licensed by the Highland Council.

Cairngorm Cars accepts credit and debit cards. Euros also accepted.

Things to See and Do
Aviemore, The Cairngorms, Speyside and all over the Highlands of Scotland

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Local Attractions

- ABERNETHY NATIONAL NATURE RESERVE
- CAIRNGORM BREWERY
- CAIRNGORM MOUNTAIN & FUNICULAR RAILWAY
- CLAN MACPHERSON HOUSE & MUSEUM
- DALWHINNIE DISTILLERY VISITOR CENTRE
- GLENMORE REINDEER CENTRE
- GLENMORE VISITOR CENTRE
- HIGHLAND FOLK MUSEUM
- HIGHLAND WILDLIFE PARK
- INSHRIACH NURSERY & TEAROOM
- LANDMARK ADVENTURE PARK
- MACDONALD AVIEMORE RESORT
- REVACK HIGHLAND ESTATE
- ROTHIEMURCHUS TROUT FARM
- ROTHIEMURCHUS VISITOR CENTRE
- RSPB VISITOR CENTRE (OSPREYS)
- RUTHVEN BARRACKS
- SPEYSIDE COOPERAGE
- SPEYSIDE HEATHER CENTRE
- STRATHSPEY STEAM RAILWAY
- TREE ZONE

Aviemore, Speyside - Malt whisky Trail

Malt whisky Distilleries

- ABERLOUR - ABERLOUR
- BENROMACH - FORRES
- CARDHU - KNOCKANDO
- CRAGGANMORE - BALLINDALLOCH
- DALWHINNIE - DALWHINNIE
- DALLAS DHU - FORRES
- GLENFARCLAS - BALLINDALLOCH
- GLENFIDDICH - DUFFTOWN
- GLEN GRANT - ROTHES
- GLENLIVET - BALLINDALOCH
- GLEN MORAY - ELGIN
- MACALLAN - CRAIGELLACHIE
- ROYAL LOCHNAGAR - BALLATER
- STRATHISLA - KEITH
- TOMATIN - TOMATIN

Dunnottar Castle, Aberdeenshire, Highlands, Scotland

Places/Attractions to Visit

- BLACK ISLE BREWING COMPANY
- CASTLE AND GARDENS OF MEY
- CULLODEN BATTLEFIELD AND CLAVA CAIRNS
- ELGIN CATHEDRAL
- FALLS OF SHIN SALMON LEAP AND VISITOR CENTRE
- FORT GEORGE
- GLENLIVET ESTATE
- INVERNESS MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY
- JACOBITE STEAM RAILWAY
- LOCH NESS CENTRE AND EXHIBITON
- LOCH NESS CRUISES
- MAR LODGE ESTATE
- MORAY MOTOR MUSEUM
- SCOTTISH DOLPHIN CENTRE

Seafood Platter - Eating Out and Shopping Trips near Aviemore, Highlands, Scotland

Shopping

- BAXTERS OF SPEYSIDE - FOCHABERS
- BRODIE COUNTRYFARE - FORRES
- CHRISTIES OF FOCHABERS - FOCHABERS
- GORDON AND MACPHAIL - ELGIN
- HARRIS TWEED AND HIGHLAND SHOP - NEWTONMORE
- HOUSE OF BRUAR - BRUAR
- JOHNSTONS OF ELGIN CASHMERE - ELGIN
- KNOCKANDO WOOLEN MILL - KNOCKANDO
- MACDONALD AVIEMORE RESORT - AVIEMORE
- SIMPSONS GARDEN CENTRE - INVERNESS
- WHISKY CASTLE & GIFT SHOP - TOMINTOUL

Scottish Traditional Boat Festival - Portsoy, Moray Coast, Aberdeenshire

Moray Coast

- BANFF
- PORTSOY
- CULLEN
- PORTKNOCKIE
- FINDOCHTY
- BUCKIE
- SPEY BAY
- LOSSIEMOUTH
- HOPEMAN
- BURGHEAD
- FINDHORN
- CULBIN SANDS
- NAIRN
- FORT GEORGE
- ARDERSIER

Eilean Donan Castle, near Skye, Highlands, Scotland

Castles

- BALLINDALLOCH - BALLINDALLOCH
- BALMORAL - BRAEMAR
- BRODIE - BRODIE
- CAWDOR - NAIRN
- CORGARFF - CORGARFF
- DUNROBIN - GOLSPIE
- EILEAN DONAN - DORNIE
- KILRAVOCK - CROY
- URQHART - DRUMNADROCHIT

Golf Clubs near Aviemore, Speyside, Highlands

Local Golf Clubs

- ABERNETHY
- BOAT OF GARTEN
- CARRBRIDGE
- GRANTOWN ON SPEY
- KINGUSSIE
- NEWTONMORE
- SPEY VALLEY

Loch an Eailean near Aviemore - Tours in and around Aviemore - Private Hire

Local Lochs

- LOCH ALVIE
- LOCH-AN-EILEIN
- LOCH GARTEN
- LOCH INSH
- LOCH MORLICH
- LOCH NESS
- LOCH PITYOULISH

Whisky Trail Tours - Local Malt Whisky Distilleries
More than half of Scotland’s malt whisky distilleries are situated in Speyside, where you can follow Scotland’s only Malt Whisky Trail. Explore some of the region’s finest distilleries, including well known brands such as The Glenlivet, Glenfiddich or Glenfarclas or try something different such as chocolate and malt whisky tasting, a range of classic single malts paired with specially selected luxury highland chocolates at Dalwhinnie distillery. Visit the award-winning Speyside Cooperage at Craigellachie where you can witness the master craftsmen working on the whisky barrels or a visit to the Whisky Castle, an independent whisky shop specialising in single cask malt whiskies. Download the whisky Trail Map (printable pdf)

ABERLOUR - ABERLOUR

“Aberlour” is a gaelic word meaning “mouth of the chattering burn” (stream), situated in a beautiful glen near the peaks of Ben Rinnes. Est. 1879.

BENROMACH - FORRES

Speyside’s smallest working distillery, extensively re-equipped and re-opened in 1998 by HRH the Prince of Wales. Visit the Malt Whisky Centre and bottle your own whisky! Est. 1898.

CARDHU - KNOCKANDO

The only malt distillery pioneered by a woman, Helen Cumming. Malts from here are used in some award winning Johnnie Walker blends. Est. 1824.

CRAGGANMORE - BALLINDALLOCH

On the banks of the Spey, home to one of the most complex and characterful malt whiskies in the region. Est. 1869.

DALLAS DHU - FORRES

The last distillery to be built in the 19th century produced malt whisky between 1898 and 1983 when it closed. It is now a museum operated by Historic Scotland. An audio visual presentation and free audio guide explain the workings of the malt barn, kiln, mash house, tun room, still house and bonded warehouse ~ then sample a free dram. Guided tours available daily from April to September.

DALWHINNIE - DALWHINNIE

Chocolate and malt whisky tasting, a range of classic single malts paired with specially selected luxury highland chocolates. Scotland’s highest working distillery at 1073 feet. Est. 1898.

GLENFARCLAS - BALLINDALLOCH

The Grant family of Glenfarclas have owned and run this independent distillery for six generations. Connoisseur’s Tours available. Est. 1836.

GLENFIDDICH - DUFFTOWN

The world’s most awarded single malt whisky. One of the last independent distilleries. A “dram” of the 1958 malt will set you back £1250!! Visit the restaurant, bar and distillery shop. Est. 1886.

GLEN GRANT - ROTHES

One of the first licensed distilleries in the Scottish Highlands and the first to be powered by electricity. This distillery has beautiful gardens to explore. Est. 1840.

GLENLIVET - BALLINDALLOCH

The first distillery in Speyside to get a licence. Don’t miss the opportunity to fill and label your own bottle of The Glenlivet 18 year old. Visitor centre and coffee shop. Est. 1824.

GLEN MORAY - ELGIN

Small authentic working distillery without the tourist frills, just bags of atmosphere. Est. 1897.

MACALLAN - CRAIGELLACHIE

Curiously small stills contribute to this distinctively rich and fruity classic malt whisky, matured in exceptional oak casks. Est. 1824.

ROYAL LOCHNAGAR - BALLATER

Situated on the river Dee, close to Balmoral Castle, a traditional distillery which retains much of it’s original charm Est. 1826

STRATHISLA - KEITH

The oldest continually operating distillery in Scotland. Originally founded in 1786 as the Milltown Distillery. One of the most picturesque distilleries with distinctive double pagodas. Home of Chivas Regal. Est. 1786

TOMATIN - TOMATIN

Once an illicit still dating back to the 15th century, it is one of the highest distilleries in Scotland at 315 metres above sea level. Est. 1897.

SPEYSIDE COOPERAGE

The Speyside Cooperage is the only working cooperage in the UK where you can experience the ancient art of coopering. Since 1947 this family owned cooperage has produced the finest casks from the best American oak using traditional methods and tools. These casks are shipped around the world and play an important role in Scotland’s whisky making process. Take a journey through the life cycle of the cask, see the coopers at work or try it for yourself with mini casks. Gift and coffee shop.

Contact Details

Mobile: 07707 68 58 54
Outside the UK: +44 7707 68 58 54
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