Dewars Aberfeldy Distillery
Adjacent to the caravan park in it's own grounds lies the famous Dewar's Aberfeldy Distillery.
The founder of the brand - John Dewar was born in Aberfeldy and the distillery was built in 1898 where stills have produced the well balanced Single Malt Whisky Distillery tours take place throughout the day and include a heritage centre,shop and cafe. Not to be missed !
Birks of Aberfeldy
The Birks of Aberfeldy is a circular walk through mature woodland on the outskirts of Aberfeldy very close to Moness Resort. It was originally called the Dens of Moness, the 'birks' is derived from the Scots word for beech trees, which overlook the Falls of Moness. The Birks name came about after scotland's Rabbie Burns wrote the poem 'The Birks o' Aberfeldie' in 1787. The path also offers excellent views to the roaring white water of the falls, and it is highly likely that there has been constant woodland at the site for as much as 8,000 years.
Paradise for the chocoholic and a great day out! Everything produced by Iain Burnett Highland Chocolatier is created in a specially designed kitchen in the picturesque village of Grandtully, a short drive from Aberfeldy. In the shop, feast your eyes on the range of handmade Velvet Truffles™ and Pralines. You will also be welcome in the adjoining Legends Coffee and Chocolate House where the menu of light lunches, cakes and drinks has an emphasis on chocolate ,of course. Open every day from 10.00am to 5.00pm except Christmas Day,Boxing Day and New Years' Day
The Crannog Centre
The Scottish Crannog Centre is an award-winning and interactive centre which shows what Iron Age life was like with a reconstructed prehistoric loch-dwelling. A crannog is a type of ancient loch-dwelling found throughout Scotland and Ireland dating from 2,500 years ago. Built as an archaeological experiment based on discoveries underwater, the thatched roundhouse, in the shallows of Loch Tay, is a living museum on the water. It overlooks the remains of 4 of the 18 ancient crannog settlements preserved in the loch, with the picturesque village of Kenmore to the east and stunning views towards Ben Lawers and Killin to the west.
For well over 700 years, Blair Castle has acted as the gatekeeper to the Scottish Highlands. Today its turbulent history and its strategic role in the past defines it as one of Scotland's best-known visitor attractions as it draws thousands of visitors to the Highlands every year. Blair Castle is the seat of the Dukes of Atholl and home to the Atholl Highlanders, Britains only private army. With some thirty treasure-filled rooms to see, extensive parklands - including Diana's Grove and the restored Hercules Garden - woodland and riverside walks,restaurant and gift shop, Blair Castle makes an ideal day out for all the family.