There's a wide choice of hotels in Aberfeldy, Perthshire. We have put together the best of Aberfeldy for you.
Aberfeldy is a comparatively flourishing settlement and also serves as the service area for the Loch Tay area. The place is even celebrated by Robert Burns in his poem "The Birks of Aberfeldy" and once you get to see this picturesque spot where the Urlar Burn flows into the River Tay, you'll realize why Robert Burns wrote about it.
One of the most impressive works of General Wade, the four-arch "Wade's Bridge" spans The Tay. Equally striking is the Black Watch Monument.
However, the main set-piece attraction in Aberfeldy is definitely the Dewar's World of Whisky (Get to know more about the history of the Dewar's blend and the art of making whisky) at the Aberfeldy Distillery.
The Watermill (this renovated 19th century mill today functions as an art gallery, bookshop and cafe) on Mill Street and Haggarts (ideal place for deerstalker hats and tweed suits), at the corner of Dunkeld Street and Moness Terrace are other places worth wandering into.
You can read more about Aberfeldy in our Aberfeldy Visitor guide.
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