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Very interesting watching cheese being made through the viewing gallery. There are detailed information boards showing each process of the cheese making. Had samples of about 7 different kinds of cheese. Delicious. Very friendly and helpful staff too. I was advised to go before 12.30...More
Travelled out of our way to go here with very limited time on a daytrip to Arran as I had tried one of the cheeses in January and was told you can only buy it on the island. I checked the website multiple times to...More
Thanks to Morag for a lovely visit! enjoyed seeing the cheese making process and then some serious shopping too. Note cash taken, no cards in the shop, so do please take cash on a visit. Cheeses, condiments, oatcakes and soft drinks available.
Cheeses are great...More
Alan and Morag were very helpful and informative. You can view the cheese making process through windows in the shop. Go in the morning to the see the start of the process.
Cheese for sale at a reasonable price.
A must for a cheese fan
The Torrylinn Creamery at Kilmore was one of the delightful places we stopped at on our circumnavigation of the beautiful Isle of Arran. It is quite interesting to watch the cheese making process through viewing windows and there are informative displays that explain it. We...More
Stopped in for a wee visit, whilst cycling around the island. Met Morag, a wonderful, kind lady. The cheese and oatcakes were out of this world and my sister and myself finished off with the Arran ice cream ...tasty. Looking forward to stopping off next...More
Never fails. Amazing cheese from a small producer.
I read one of the negative reviews where the person tried to book the creamery tonne open for their visit - it could only have been HRH the Queen with such demands.
Don't be put off, this...More