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Highlights in Aberfeldy
- Amazing distillers
- Ancient castles
- Challenging trekking
- Beautiful waterfalls
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You will be delighted to know that in Scotland there is a perfect place to walk and breathe clean and pure air, Aberfeldy, a charming town crossed by the River Tay that rises a few kilometres further west. It is considered the geographical centre of Scotland, so from there you can make excursions to any part of ScotlandHoliday rentals taken from a cave painting
You will be surprised to know the holiday rentals in Aberfeldy, they are picturesque and dreamlike, some still preserve architectural designs from bygone eras, and are surrounded by wonderful gardens that will encourage you to rest, you can also enjoy amenities such as internet, parking, and you can take your pet. Great, don't you think? Holiday rentals in Aberfeldy await you!
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You cannot miss this place, since it is one of the most famous distilleries in Scotland, you can try as many whiskeys of the brand as you can bear. All you need for this tour is to have the ability to cope with the consequences if you overindulge.A very romantic place worth visiting
If there is a romantic place in Scotland, it is without a doubt the one known as Birks of Aberfeldy or Falls of Moness. Very close to the town of Aberfeldy, just about eight or ten kilometres away, you find this wonderful place where Robert Burns, Scottish poet par excellence, wrote one of his most famous poems, precisely titled Birks of Aberfeldy.
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Visit the Castle of Menzies, built in the 16th century by the Menzies clan, specifically for the eleventh Baron de Menzies, Sir Robert Menzies. At first, it was conceived both as a mansion and as a fortress, with the intention of providing protection from possible enemy attacks. In 1577, due to the loss of possible attacks, a certain reconstruction was started, especially in the upper part of it to give it more utility and the appearance of a mansion, which is what you can see today.Aberfeldy for all types of travellers
The Birks of Aberfeldy encompass different areas that are worth visiting. Such is the case of Moness Bun, where the waters of two streams that descend the mountain merge and become the main water flow, after a series of beautiful waterfalls where the circular path of about 4 kilometres is created. You will be able to contemplate a lot of nature, with squirrels, foxes and deer.
On November 27, 2002, Aberfeldy was awarded Fairtrade Town status.
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This cave seems to have been originally built taking advantage of a natural cave, which was made certain extensions. Interestingly, if you walk inside it, carry a flashlight, you will realize that the structure created is the same as that of an abbey but in miniature. The views, it must be said, are heavenly, as if you are hanging in the air.2. Stroll through the centre of Aberfeldy
The centre of Aberfeldy is marked by a curious metallic fountain in green and gold colours that seems to replace what was the cross of the market. Built in the 19th century and with deer on its shield, representing the indomitable Scottish spirit, a true classic.3. Meet the statue of Black Watch
When you approach the River Tay, in its picturesque passage through Aberfeldy, in the direction of the bridge called Wade, you will see a huge and very attractive statue of a male human figure that represents a member of the famous Scottish battalion known as The Black Watch, this pays tribute to the moment that this troop was founded during the Jacobite Rebellion of the 18th century. Part of Aberfeldy history that you should know.4. Go hiking in the imposing Beinn Ghlas
Beinn Ghlas, with its 1103 meters high is a Munro that until recently nobody knew of its existence, despite being some one of the most climbed by hikers and mountaineers. This happens when you are on the way up the famous Ben Lawers, higher and that gives its name to the area where you will go, just north of Lake Tay.5. Enjoy the Archarn Waterfall
The Acharn Waterfall is one of the many that exist in these areas of Perthshire, however it is one of the most sought after due to the striking views in general, not only did the waterfall itself, also on the opposite side where you will enjoy direct views of the town and Ben Lawers. It is not the waterfall with more water flow, nor the highest, the beauty of this waterfall is its multiple falls on opposite sides.
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Considering the average price of £114.38 per night, Aberfeldy lies at the lower end of the price range for holiday lettings in the United Kingdom.
Travellers who want to be budget-friendly should travel to Aberfeldy in March, February, and January the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of £96.14, £96.42, and £101.13 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
When you look at renting a holiday letting in Aberfeldy, the highest prices are usually seen in the month of October (with an average of £139.68 per night), followed by December (£125.41), and November (£120.52).
It's worthwhile if you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Aberfeldy, as only 30% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
In 2019, the months with the largest number of available properties in Aberfeldy were December, January, and March with average availabilities of 63%, 52.5% and 45.75%, respectively.
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is September (only 5% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by August (12.4%), and July (20%).
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