Fernbank House is an impressive Victorian home situated in the Highland Perthshire Village of Aberfeldy. Once owned by the Earl of Breadalbane it was built in the late 19th century. The Owners Jason and Tina are able to offer private yoga sessions, canoeing, Kayaking, biking and walking tours, arrange transport and book local attractions for all visitors.
Fernbank has 6 Guest Suites, which offer spacious and elegantly decorated accomodation, a wealth of original Victorian features, all having ensuite facilities, T.V, Coffee machines and Welcome Tray. The poperty also benefits from a Sauna, Yoga Studion, Guest book and DVD library, Outdoor equipment store, drying room and a large free car-park for guests.
The Owners, Jason and Tina Logan offer a warm welcome and are happy to assist with any logistics you might require during your stay. Jason is a partner in an Outdoor Activities company called Beyond Adventure, offering biking, watersports and walking. Tina, is a Yoga teacher and has an on-site yoga studio, offering classes and one to one Yoga sessions.
- Free WiFi access now available.
- All diets catered for, including Wheat/Gluten free.
Fernbank Guest House is ideally situated alongside the beautiful river Tay, the Black Watch Monument, Putting Green, General Wades Bridge, the Aberfeldy Golf Course an 18 hole course straddling the river Tay, and the town centre. The Birks 'o' Aberfeldy, a short stroll away, was made famous by Robert Burns and well worth a visit.
Taymouth Castle and Golf course in Kenmore is 5 miles from Aberfeldy. Gleneagles home of 2014 Ryder Cup is 29 miles approx 30 minute drive and also St Andrews Golf course is 47 miles approx 50 minute drive from Aberfeldy. SHuttles are available from the Propetors upon request.
Aberfeldy in Perthshire, in the Highlands of Scotland is perfectly placed for a variety of activities, Pony Trekking, Kayaking, Walking, Cycling and White Water Rafting and is in easy reach of Perth with its new Concert Hall, Theatre, Ice Rink and Galleries.
Just a short drive away is Pitlochry boasting its renowned Festival Theatre, Dam & Fish Ladder as well as many lovely shops. Blair castle is also a must when in the area, steeped in history and home to the Atholl Highlanders Regiment, the only private army in Europe.