Our vision

The Cabrach Trust was established in 2011 to facilitate rural regeneration within and around the Cabrach area.

Inverharroch map

Inverharroch map showing the location of the proposed distillery and heritage centre and the Acorn Centre where accommodation and community facilities will be located. Map courtesy of Annie Kenyon Architects Ltd.

The Cabrach is a unique and beautiful location with richness of culture, heritage and history. Our vision is to help to develop a thriving community in the Cabrach that offers opportunities for both residents and visitors to enrich their lives, by sharing, enjoying and understanding their surrounding.

The Trust’s board has a very clear vision for the future.

Our aim is:

To advance understanding and knowledge of historical distilling and farming, education and the arts, culture, education and well-being.

We plan to do this through the development of:

  • A historic distillery
  • A visitor/heritage centre
  • Accommodation and hospitality
  • Promotion of culture and the arts,
  • Training, education and recreational opportunities
Heritage Centre Concept Drawings

Architects concept drawings for the Heritage Centre. Images courtesy of Annie Kenyon Architects Ltd

Heritage Centre Concept Drawings

Architects concept drawings for the conversion of Inverharroch Farm. The traditional farm steading will be converted into a whisky distillery operating on historical methods. Images courtesy of Annie Kenyon Architects Ltd

Heritage Centre Concept Drawings

Architects concept drawings showing the new cafe at the Cabrach Heritage Centre. Images courtesy of Annie Kenyon Architects Ltd

The Cabrach Trust established in 2011 is a registered charity operating in Scotland and holding Charitable Registration No. SC043771.

The Cabrach Trust is a member of the Development Trusts Association Scotland