Opening Times and How to Find Us


The Isle of Harris Distillery Shop in Tarbert reopens to the public on Wednesday 5th August 2020.

Please use the hand-sanitisers provided and face-masks must be worn inside the building at all times.

Card payments only.


Tours and the Canteen remain closed.


Please see official Outer Hebrides tourism guidelines for more information on visiting our islands.


Our online shop also remains open and we would be delighted to send our Isle of Harris Gin to all who wish to continue enjoying our island spirit during these unusual times.

In island spirit,

The Harris Distillery Team


Our Shop has relocated to the Canteen space for the winter! Please enter by the patio entrance.


The Isle of Harris Distillery Shop in Tarbert is open to the public on:


Thursday 17th December: 10am to 4pm

Friday 18th December: 10am to 4pm

Saturday 19th December: 12pm to 3pm.

Sunday 20th December: CLOSED

Monday 21st December: 10am to 4pm

Tuesday 22nd December: 10am to 4pm

Wednesday 23rd December: 10am to 4pm

Christmas Eve: 10am to 3pm

Christmas Day - Monday 18th January: CLOSED


For Isle of Harris Gin orders outwith these times, please order online and Click & Collect from AD Munro's in Tarbert.



If you are travelling from afar, the quickest and easiest way to reach us is by air.

The nearest airport to us is Stornoway, the capital town of the neighbouring Isle of Lewis, 36 miles to our north. You can fly from the Scottish mainland connections of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness via Loganair.

You can also arrive by sea with Caledonian MacBrayne Ferries, most conveniently by ferry from Uig in Skye, disembarking at the pier in East Loch Tarbert just yards from our distillery door.

Alternatively, you can sail from Ullapool to Stornoway or land in Leverburgh to our south from Berneray.

Those of you who skipper their own boats can also make use of the new Isle of Harris Marina pontoons in the bay in front of the distillery.

Whether driving, riding, cycling, or walking, simply look for 'Tairbeart' on the Gaelic roadsigns or ask anyone local for directions.

We are set in the heart of our community and not hard to find...


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