Aberfeldy area has many attractions, dramatic landscapes and outstanding natural beauty. This 4 star self-catering cottage is ideally located for enjoying the Central Highlands with great opportunities for a wide variety of outdoor and cultural activities.
Situated on the River Tay, Aberfeldy offers world class fishing, rafting and kayaking and many miles of off-road cycling trails and on-road biking opportunities for all abilities. Bike hire is available in nearby Weem and boats can be hired on nearby Loch Tay. The Central Highlands of Scotland is a paradise for walkers of all abilities, with easy riverside walks to classic “Munros” such as Ben Lawers and Schiehallion, all within easy reach of Aberfeldy. Walkers along the Rob Roy Way will find 3 The Beeches in Aberfeldy a great stop-off point. Golfers can enjoy the 18 hole course in Aberfeldy, nearby courses at Strathtay and Taymouth and some 40 courses throughout Perthshire, as well as the excellent Aberfeldy Community Putting Green. The Putting Green will reopen on Saturday 1st April and to celebrate Easter, an Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Sunday 16th April - great entertainment for kiddies and adults alike!
Aberfeldy has numerous cafés, restaurants and gift shops, the famous Watermill bookshop and a newly opened cinema. Visitors to Aberfeldy can enjoy walking the Birks of Aberfeldy, made famous by Robert Burns, tennis courts, a bowling green, and well-equipped leisure facilities that include squash courts, a gym and a 25m swimming pool.
Attractions close to Aberfeldy include the Aberfeldy Distillery, Highland Safaris – where Land Rover excursions explore the highland wildlife and scenery - Menzies Castle, the Crannog Centre at Loch Tay, Loch of the Lowes (for osprey spotting), and the renowned Pitlochry Festival Theatre. A new attraction for 2017 is boat trips on Loch Tay - departing from Kenmore - organised by Loch Tay Safaris.
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