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A taste of Highland Perthshire in an Aberfeldy holiday letting
Located just a few miles from the shores of Loch Tay, a holiday cottage in Aberfeldy, Scotland, is a great place to base yourself for a visit to the countryside of Highland Perthshire.
Learn about local whisky production
Highland Perthshire is famous for its whisky production, and Aberfeldy is no exception. The town is home to world-famous Dewar's Distillery, which is open to visitors year round. Visit the museum, which presents the history of Dewar's, and join a tour providing a glimpse at the whisky making process. The tour even includes a ‘wee dram’ for those old enough to enjoy a taste of the product.
Explore the famous Birks of Aberfeldy
Aberfeldy and Highland Perthshire are set amid great walking country. The Birks of Aberfeldy, made famous by Robert Burns, are a bit of a climb, but it is well worth it for the view of the waterfall at the top. Alternatively, you can walk along the river as far as Loch Tay. The lake, as well as the nearby hamlet of Kenmore and the Falls of Dochart, is popular with visitors. If you have access to a car, there are plenty of places worth a day trip, such as the stunning Queen's View on Loch Rannoch, and the quaint towns of Pitlochry, Dunkeld, and Birnam.
Music and culture at Aberfeldy Festival
Aberfeldy Festival, which has taken place every November since 2009, features musical and theatrical performances, and readings from best-selling authors. The main venue is the village's Watermill Bookshop & Café, which is open all year. Since its launch, the festival has expanded to much bigger venues throughout the town, and has featured famous writers such as Ian Rankin, as well as top Scottish musicians.
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