The Isle of Islay is world famous for its whisky. However, “The Queen of the Hebrides” has a real experience to offer. Corporate events on Islay will impress your delegates or group with its magnificent scenery and hospitality. With well-known places like Port Ellen, Machrie, Bridgend and Port Askaig, there is much to do and see if you fancy venturing out. Islay team building brings in a different dimension. With its lush landscape, pristine sandy beaches; there are a host of places to design some really unique activities and treasure hunt experiences.
Activities and events are loved on the island for both outdoor and indoor. Certainly the surrounding countryside lends itself to an amazing variation of challenges and exercises. This is what makes Islay team building events into a favourite off site destination. It offers you the choice of meeting space, luxury accommodation; incredible cuisine and also amazing evening entertainment (some spontaneous) all in island splendour.
With regular ferry sailings to the island from Kennacraig on the Kintyre coast, or there is an airport with frequent daily flights. In case you are unfamiliar with Islay’s whisky distillery collection, here is your list: Ardbeg, Bowmore, Bunnahabhain, Bruichladdich, Caol Ila (pronounced ‘cull-eela’), Kilchoman, Lagavulin and Laphroaig Distillery.
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Islay Events & Activities
Team building Islay … where fun and island splendour combine perfectly. Hotels and venue hire will offer luxury and comfort as well as warm hospitality. If you wish to entertain some of your guests with some corporate golf, Machrie Golf Club (1891) has history and gained a reputation worldwide as a “must play” golf course. In true Scottish links fashion, it offers an exciting test while enjoyable at the same time time.
For corporate events on Islay, there are some fabulous new meeting facilities at the The Machrie; perfect for smaller groups seeking discretion. Take your delegates on an after event whisky tour. Whatever your requirements; from venue hire, event management, activities, conferences and events, you will not be disappointed with this island. You can also take your guests on an “after event” whisky tour.
In conclusion, Islay is a gem of an island and for this reason, contact us today to create an event to match your objectives. Sláinte Mhaith.
Your wee challenge: Which distillery has a whisky called Corryvreckan (57.1% ABV) named after the famous whirlpool that lies to the north of Islay and described as “where only the bravest souls dare to venture“. Now who said they wanted adventure??