Aberfeldy is a pretty town in Perthshire, north west of the city of Perth.
Aberfeldy is situated in Highland Perthshire, on Scotland's longest river, the River Tay. The town grew up around Wade's Bridge, the first bridge built across the Upper River Tay in 1733 by the English general, who subjugated the Highlands after Bonnie Prince Charlie's rebellion in 1745. Famous for the Birks of Aberfeldy, a poem penned by Robert Burns in 1787 in memory of the beautiful Falls of Moness, Aberfeldy has now become one of Scotland's best-known holiday towns.
Today, visitors can watch tasty Scottish delicacies being produced at the Breadalbane Bakery, visit Dewar's World of Whisky, a working distillery which now houses a modern and hi-tech interactive whisky presentation and enjoy outdoor pursuits of all kinds from walking and golfing to white water rafting and abseiling.