Aberfeldy

Aberfeldy is a fine destination in itself, with attractions like Wade’s Bridge, Castle Menzies and mouth-wateringly Dewar’s World of Whisky on its doorstep, but beyond its there are equally lovely prospects such as Loch Tay and Tay Forest Park... Read More

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Having lived in Aberfeldy for 20yrs until 1959 I have ...More

Aberfeldy Events

March
Easter Iron Age Style
May
Ancient Textiles & Nettle Festival
Celtic Food and Drink Festival
June
Midsummer Music Festival
July
Iron Age Gourmet Day
August
Atholl & Breadalbane Highland Games
Lughnasa – Summer Harvest Festival
October
Celtic Samhain Festival
Fruit and Fungi Festival
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Hotels in Aberfeldy - 9 places to stay

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Moness House Hotel & Country Club

Moness House Hotel & Country Club

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A traditional warm Scottish welcome awaits you at Moness House Hotel & Country Club.Set in 35 acres of picturesque countryside, in the heart of Highland Perthshire, the resort provides an ... More

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The Weem Hotel

The Weem Hotel

This hotel occupies a prominent position overlooking the village of Weem by Aberfeldy, an ideal place for a relaxing break, active holiday or base from which to explore wider Perthshire.

A former coaching inn, Aberfeldy Weem ... More | Double Room: £45 | visit website

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Loch Tay Lodges

Loch Tay Lodges
Enjoy the tranquility, the grandeur and the beauty of Highland Perthshire from the comfort of a traditional stone building. Located in the heart of Scotland in a farming community, seven miles west of Aberfeldy. ... More | visit website

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