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Rates shown in British Pounds (₤) & are tax inclusive per room. Card fees apply
|Check In Instructions||
Check in time hotel 3pm/cottage 4pm in the afternoon and the room will be ready for you then. You are welcome to arrive earlier and use the facilities if you wish. NB:Checkout for cottages is 10am.ID and credit card will be requested.
From Glasgow and Edinburgh head to Perth. From Perth take the A9 to Inverness, come off at Ballinluig, approximately 22 miles from Perth, travel 10 miles west on the A827 to Aberfeldy.
At the traffic lights turn left (in
the direction of Crieff) and follow the road. After the next set of
traffic lights take the second turning on the left into the resort.
There is a well-lit open air car park available for hotel guests free of charge.
Guests staying in cottages have free parking nearby also.
|Things To Do||
Wades Bridge: Wades Bridge is set over the River Tay in Aberfeldy. It was built in 1773 and is still in use today for commercial traffic. Wades Bridge is a pretty walk which includes the Black Watch Monument. Wades Bridge would be suitable for families, couples and anyone that enjoys walking.
World of Whiskey Dewars: Visitors can explore Dewars World of Whiskey and distillery.
The experience includes a guided distillery tour where you can see the whiskey being produced and afterwards taste a selection of whiskies in the nosing and tasting bar.
Dewars World of Whiskey also has a coffee shop and gift shop.
Castle Menzies and House of Menzies: The Castle was built in the 16th Century and was restored by the Menzies Clan society. Castle Menzies is north of the River Tay at Weem. Castle of Menzies has a tourist shop which includes crafts, gifts and worldwide wines. The Castle is around an 8 minute drive from the resort.
Birks of Aberfeldy: The Birks of Aberfeldy is a popular local walk through the Falls of Moness through the Birks of Aberfeldy association and inspired Robert Burns, a famous Scottish poet, to write about the area.
Highland Safari: The highland safari is around 250,000 acres. There are lots of different safaris which range in time length from just an hour and up to 4 hours. These safaris can include mountain, forest, 4x4, cycling and trekking. There also different safaris for each season such as Summer and Winter Safaris.
The Watermill: The Watermill is an independent book shop which includes a coffee shop and an art gallery. Perfect for reading, relaxing or even listening to music.
Golf: Perthshire is home to many golf courses and the nearest is Aberfeldy Golf Course, which is a full 18 hole course complete with locker rooms, bar and restaurant facilities.
Horse riding is available at Loch Tay Highland Lodges where they have horse riding facilities and their own equestrian centre.
River Tay is famous for Salmon Fishing and the Loch Tay can be used for boat and fly fishing also.
There are many other things to do in and around Aberfeldy, along with neighbouring towns Kenmore, Pitlochry and Perth.