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Aberfeldy

Aberfeldy

Aberfeldy is a traditionally Scottish, quaint town in Perthshire - known as the outdoor capital of the UK, this area is a playground for those who appreciate the great outdoors. There are many opportunities for water rafting, abseiling, gorge walking, canyoning and mountain biking. Aberfeldy itself was the inspiration and main subject in Rabbie Burns’ ‘Birks of Aberfeldy’ poem and visitors may take a walk up the gorge of the Moness to see the trees for themselves. There are many spectacular species of animals to watch including black grouse, otters, red squirrels and red deer.

We love Aberfeldy because...

  • Great for outdoor lovers
  • On the whisky trail
  • Fascinating historic links
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Hotels
Hotels in Aberfeldy
Breadalbane Arms
Aberfeldy PH15 2DF

Situated within the heart of Aberfeldy, this historic hotel is a wonderful base for exploring the beauty of the local area.

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Breadalbane Arms
Aberfeldy PH15 2DF

Situated within the heart of Aberfeldy, this historic hotel is a wonderful base for exploring the beauty of the local area.

Moness Resort
Crieff Road Aberfeldy PH15 2DY

A resort which comprises cottages and rooms, set within picturesque grounds in the Scottish countryside.

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Moness Resort
Crieff Road Aberfeldy PH15 2DY

A resort which comprises cottages and rooms, set within picturesque grounds in the Scottish countryside.

In and around Aberfeldy

Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery

This magnificent distillery is home to a fantastic exhibit on the history of Dewars, its founder and subsequent owners, as well as the history of the local area. Visitors can enjoy tours of the distillery, getting a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the production process from mash to bottle. The passionate guides will walk you through the many features of the process, before serving up a dram or two at the bar next to the gift shop.

The Watermill

As the name suggests, this quaint old building was once a watermill, but now houses a lovely collection of books and art. Winner of the best independent bookshop in the UK in 2008, this store truly is unique and offers up an eclectic range of literature across a number of genres, which includes a large children’s section. The café downstairs has a great lunch menu and many tea and coffee options, as well as healthy snacks and homemade cakes. The art gallery features different artists throughout the year, many of them local and also sells fine art prints.

Castle Menzies

Take a step back in time at this 16th century castle and discover its turbulent history. This is the very castle that the infamous Bonnie Prince Charlie rested at on his way to Culloden. For more than 400 years, the castle has been home to the clan Menzies. Today, visitors can marvel at the wonderful architecture, which clearly shows the transition from a castle fortress, to a grand mansion house.

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