Whatever the time of year Aberfeldy is a great place to spend a few days or to make a day-trip from one of Scotland’s cities.
Starting from The Watermill enjoy riverside strolls or visit the waterfalls of the Birks of Aberfeldy (immortalised by Robert Burns). For the more adventurous, there are many Munros (Scotland’s mountains over 914m) in the area.
The Great Outdoors is there for everyone to enjoy - cycling, mountain biking, rafting and kayaking, open water swimming, fishing and golf are just a few of the activities in the area.
Even if the sun isn’t shining there is plenty to do – starting, of course, with a visit to The Watermill & Homer. The town has many other independent shops and galleries. Aberfeldy’s community-owned cinema, The Birks, shows new release films seven days a week and is on our must visit list.
We hope you enjoy exploring the area. There is so much to do - you'll need to return time and again to experience the best of what we offer. So, welcome, and welcome back!
Across is a brief selection of things to do and places to go in the Aberfeldy area. For more information go to visitaberfeldy.co.uk
Outdoor Activities: For ideas on local walks, checkout our selection of local maps and guidebooks. Beyond Adventure – white water rafting and kayaking, Aberfeldy Golf Course, Walk the Birks of Aberfeldy
Shopping: The Watermill & Homer, The Courtyard at Kenmore, Aberfeldy Gallery. Aberfeldy has a good range of other independent shops including clothes, shoes, childrensware, gifts, galleries and crafts
Somewhere to Stay?
The are many B&Bs, cottages and guest houses in the area – for a full list go to www.visitaberfeldy.co.uk. Here are a few: Balnearn House, The Townhouse, Moness Resort, Aileann Chraggan, Mains of Taymouth at Kenmore