Penderyn Distillery - Brecon Beacons
Book now from £13.50 per adult
Book your tickets to a Penderyn Distillery tour in the Brecon Beacons
Penderyn Distillery is most certainly a treasured Brecon Beacons' attraction. Whether you enjoy your whisky or not, you're likely to have heard people talk about this highly sought-after brand of whisky, born in the depths of the Welsh mountains.
If you're looking for things to in Brecon Beacons or perhaps places to visit in Wales for couples, Penderyn Distillery may just be what you're looking for.
What's included in the Penderyn Distillery tour?
- An hour-long Distillery tour to learn about the founding of Penderyn
- Learn how the award-winning whisky is made and what makes Penderyn Single Malt Welsh Whisky so unique
- See the exhibition area, mill, mash tun, innovative single copper pot stills (unique to Penderyn) and the latest addition – a pair of pot stills. You may not know what any of this means right now, but you will by the time you finish the tour!
- And perhaps the best bit... enjoy a couple of tasters in the Tasting Bar afterwards
Why we love Penderyn Distillery
- The whole experience is so wonderfully Welsh. From their brand story and values to even the materials used to build the distillery, everything stems from the Welsh culture and the original vision:
'They dreamt of creating a whisky as pure and precious as Welsh gold'
- Tours last for an hour and run every hour from 10am-4pm meaning it's easy to find a time that best suits you
- Penderyn Distillery is the ideal rainy-day attraction in Wales. Perfect if you're local to South Wales and looking for things to do nearby when the Welsh weather decides to throw a tantrum, or if you're visiting the Brecon Beacons National Park and get caught in the rain. What better way to shelter from the elements than with a fantastic tot of some Penderyn whisky to warm you up...
Penderyn Distillery Tour Times
Tours on Lovetovisit.com are available Monday-Friday at 11am or 2pm.
Ideal times to either kickstart your day the right way, or round off a day out in the Brecon Beacons!
Book your tickets to Penderyn Distillery now and enjoy a fabulous day out in Brecon Beacons!
How to find us
Penderyn Distillery (CF44 0SX) is located in the historic village of Penderyn in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons National Park in South Wales a couple of miles from Hirwaun on the A4059.
They have 3 x 22kw electric car charging points, two for Tesla's and one for all vehicles.
FROM THE EAST
Turn off M4 at J32 onto the A470, sign-posted Merthyr Tydfil. Proceed for 20 miles. Take first exit onto the A465. After 5 miles, take 3rd exit onto the A4059 sign-posted Penderyn.
FROM THE WEST
Turn off M4 at J43 onto the A465, signposted Merthyr Tydfil. Proceed for 17 miles. At roundabout take 1st exit onto the A4059 sign-posted Penderyn.
FROM THE NORTH
From the A470 head towards Merthyr Tydfil. Take the right-hand turn approximately six miles prior to Merthyr Tydfil onto the A4059. After 5 miles, take 3rd exit onto the A4059 sign posted: Penderyn.
If you require a taxi, please book in advance. Here are a few local taxi numbers.
Steve's Taxi: 01685 882125
A2B taxi: 01685 881111
1st AAA Taxis: 01685 878855
- Free parking for visitors. They have 3 x 22kw electric car charging points, two for Tesla's and one for all vehicles
Please note that tours start promptly. If you arrive late, the team there will do what they can to accommodate, but you may miss part of the tour.
Please note that while children are welcome to visit the distillery, this is a commercial whisky distillery, producing a product which is strictly, and legally, for adult consumption. No visitors under the age of 14 are permitted to access our production area. Any children brought to the distillery must be supervised at all times and the team reserve the right to ask them and their accompanying guardian to leave if they disrupt the experience of other visitors.
The production area is currently inaccessible to wheelchair users; however, an alternative tour route is available. Flat, sensible footwear must be worn by visitors at all times during the tour – flip flops, heels or open-toed shoes will not be permitted.
In the interests of safety, the use of mobile phones, cameras and other electrical equipment is prohibited in the production area; anyone refusing to comply with these rules will be asked to leave the tour. Please note photos the team there take may be used for marketing purposes - if you don't want to be photographed, just let the team know when you're there.
This is a working distillery and so, for operational reasons, they cannot guarantee that all or any of our plant will be working at the time of your visit. However, you may be able to see into the still and mash tun, which can't be done when we are distilling.
HEALTH & SAFETY
Please remember that we are a food & drink manufacturer and as such must apply stringent checks across all areas of our business. Therefore, they respectfully ask that if you, or a member of your household, are unwell and/or suffering from any gastrointestinal or contagious illness on the day of your visit that you postpone your visit until a later date. This is to ensure that all products are manufactured in the safest way possible.
You might also like
Returning to South Wales for 2023, book your tickets for the Luminate light trail at Margam Park in this Christmas. Tickets are selling fast!