Information on Surrounding Area:
There are a wide variety of activities and attractions in Aberfeldy and the surrounding area of the Scottish Highlands. We would be delighted to assist you in booking any of these activities; alternatively we have provided you with contact information should you wish to make your own arrangements.
Reflexology/Indian Head Massage
Annette can provide a Reflexology or Indian Head Massage service from the comfort of Fernbank Guest House Bed & Breakfast, please ask for further information.
Welcome to our own Macdonald Bros. Butcher's & Delicatessen
We are a traditional family Butcher, owned and run by us, the Macdonald family since 1928. Macdonald Brothers Butchers source their meat from local farmers where possible, to ensure continuous quality. We source a selection of our beef from our local Organic farmer, Mr Alistair Brewster, Dunkeld, Perthshire, Scotland.
Naturally all our meat served at breakfast comes from our own Butchers.
Etape Caledonia - Sunday 12th May 2013
The only closed-road cycle event in the UK. 81 miles through Highland Perthshire, spectacular views a bonus.
Saturday 11th May 2013
11 - 4pm Cycling Festival Fun Day
6.15 - 9 pm Pasta & cycling Film night
Biggest Car Rally in Scotland for 20 years
Three days of fiercely competitive driving over timed Special Stages on closed Forestry Commission Scotland gravel roads.
Scone Palace, Drummond Hill, (nr Aberfeldy), and Stirling.
The Enchanted Forest
A spectacular firework display in Loch Faskally woods, booking early is advisable. Held from 10th October to 2nd November 2013.
Tickets from Pitlochry Tourist Information Centre
The Perthshire Gardens Collection
A collection of gardens who have been working together since 2001. These gardens include Scone Palace, Glendoick, Glamis, Branklyn, Blair Castle, Cluny, Dundee Botanics, Drummond, Explorers (Pitlochry), Pitmuies, and Cambo in Fife.
Scotland's Premier Land Rover Safari and Event Management Company. Highland Safaris will take you on a journey of discovery for a truly magical encounter with nature!
The Birks 'o'Aberfeldy and Falls of Moness
Lying south of Aberfeldy, the sheltered glen known as The Birks has long been a popular spot and the well made paths that form a circuit from Aberfeldy to the Falls of Moness make this beautiful place easily accessible.
The path climbs steeply past a number of smaller falls to the bridge at the top before returning above the opposite bank.
A short distance from the beginning of the route is a seat at the spot where Robert Burns was said to have composed his song The Birks O' Aberfeldy.
The newly restored Watermill offers a unique Bookshop catering for all readers, Art Gallery , Music and Coffee Shop all under the one roof. Tel: 01887 822 896.
For further information about guided walks in the area please refer to: www.walkingworld.com
For Golfers there are many well known courses in the area that are held in high esteem by locals and visitors.
Aberfeldy (18 holes) Tel: 01887 820 535
Taymouth Castle (18 holes) Tel: 01887 830 228
Kenmore (9 holes) Tel: 01887 830 226
Gleneagles Tel:- 0800 389 3737 (UK only)
- 1866-881 9525 (USA only)
- +44 (0) 1764 662231 (Main)
St Andrews - Tel: 01334 466666
There is also some superb salmon and trout fishing to be had in the local rivers and Lochs. The salmon fishing on Loch Tay is some of the finest to be had in Scotland .
Local permits may be obtained from the following;
Wade's Newsagents, Bank Street , Aberfeldy Tel: 01887 820 397
David Campbell, The Square, Aberfeldy Tel: 01887 829 545
For further information please refer to: www.anglingintayside.co.uk
Beyond Adventure is a specialist outdoor company, based in Aberfeldy. Their particular specialities are open canoeing and tailor made multi-activity programmes with families or groups. They can offer you activities for just 1 day or more and are happy to work with any size of group or any level of ability. Ideal for familys.
Source Adventure provide White Water Kayaking, Open Canoeing, Canyoning and Rafting - Experiences, Coaching, Guiding and Expeditions all stemming from Aberfeldy.
The Scottish Crannog Centre
A Crannog is an ancient Loch dwelling. Discover how and why these ancient people built their homes in the water, and experience first-hand how they lived.
Tel: 01887 830 583 www.crannog.co.uk