Aberfeldy is a lively town in Highland Perthshire with a variety of shops, restaurants and art galleries. It was made  popular by the Robert Burns Poem “ The Birks of Aberfeldy”.  You can take a circular walk to see the spectacular Falls of Moness and Falls of Acharn.

Also home to the Dewars Aberfeldy distillery where you can enjoy a tipple and see the beautifully balanced single malt in the making since 1898.

Situated in the heart of Aberfeldy, Perthshire, The Watermill is a unique combination of award-winning bookshop, gallery, cafè, on three floors of a converted oatmeal mill.

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History and Archaeology goes back thousands of years as you can see on a visit to the Crannog education and visitor centre on Loch Tay. Taking you back 2,500 years in a reconstructed loch-dwelling.  Events are held throughout the year. If its history you enjoy then visit the Church and Old Yew Tree at Fortingall said to be 5000 years old.

The 18-hole Aberfeldy golf course boasts scenic parkland suitable for all ages. There are many more golf courses a short distance away.

The Birks Cinema is popular on a rainy day with its 100 seats and digital 3D screen, but in the surrounding Perthshire countryside visitors will find a huge number of outdoor experiences, such as canoeing, cycling, pony trekking and fishing.
Nearby Loch Tay is the largest loch in Perthshire, perfect for watersports and fishing enjoy the undulating landscapes on the Loch Tay safari.

There is a good choice of walking paths from Riverside strolls to more arduous routes for those that like a challenge. Trails through Tay Forest Park are varied and a exciting  to see at any time of the year. The rich mix of woodland species are particularly breathtaking in the Autumn months, there’s plenty of wildlife to spot on your walk all year round. Explore the mature beech woodland on the slopes of Drummond Hill that shelters the rare capercaillie.


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The Old Watermill award winning bookshop

The Birks Cinema