We hosted our very first evening pop up event at the cafe on Friday and a Burns supper was the perfect theme. The space was transformed from cosy wee cafe
Our very first Laird’s walk took place on a rainy Saturday in January but luckily the weather didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of our visitors. We welcomed a group of 21,
Where to start! What a year! This time last year we were in blissful ignorance of what was to come. Now we are all living with even more uncertainty hanging
Today we welcomed Hannah Young to the team as our new Tourism and Events Coordinator. Hannah will be employed under the ScotGrad Scheme, having recently graduated (with first class honours!) from Glasgow
As we navigate these strange new times with the rest of the whole entire world, we feel very fortunate to be in a position to help out our local community.
Batch P has come around again for our signature Kintyre Gin so we threw it open to our Facebook and Twitter followers to suggest a apt name and win bottle
The Beinn an Tuirc Kintyre Pipe band, which we proudly sponsor, achieved a fantastic 5th place in their class at the World Pipe Band Championships in Glasgow at the weekend.
What a weekend! We are trying to fend off the post-Gintyre blues but are really thrilled with how well it went and the feedback from attendees and producers has been
Kintyre’s first gin festival took place last weekend and by all accounts it can be hailed as a massive success. The Ardshiel Hotel in Campbeltown kicked things off with a