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Aberfeldy

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Aberfeldy is a pretty, lively town in Highland Perthshire.

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The town is situated on Scotland's longest river, the River Tay, and is home to The Birks of Aberfeldy, made famous by our national bard Robert Burns.  Burns wrote a poem about The Birks in 1787 and you can follow the footpaths for 2 miles up to the Falls of Moness, where you will discover spectacular views!

The town is also home to Dewar’s World of Whisky which is open throughout the year, why not pop in and take a tour and a dram?  The heritage exhibition is well worth a visit where you can learn more about John Dewar & Sons.  You can also enjoy the unique experience of Aberfeldy Watermill, Bookshop, Café and Gallery.  Housed in a listed former watermill, you will find everything under one roof.

You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to outdoor adventures in this area.  There are plenty local activity providers who can take you white water rafting, abseiling, gorge walking, canyoning, mountain biking or even take you on your very own Highland Safari!

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The town is situated on Scotland's longest river, the River Tay, and is home to The Birks of Aberfeldy, made famous by our national bard Robert Burns.  Burns wrote a poem about The Birks in 1787 and you can follow the footpaths for 2 miles up to the Falls of Moness, where you will discover spectacular views!

The town is also home to Dewar’s World of Whisky which is open throughout the year, why not pop in and take a tour and a dram?  The heritage exhibition is well worth a visit where you can learn more about John Dewar & Sons.  You can also enjoy the unique experience of Aberfeldy Watermill, Bookshop, Café and Gallery.  Housed in a listed former watermill, you will find everything under one roof.

You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to outdoor adventures in this area.  There are plenty local activity providers who can take you white water rafting, abseiling, gorge walking, canyoning, mountain biking or even take you on your very own Highland Safari!

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