On the banks of Loch Tay Perthshire’s largest Loch, Kenmore & Aberfeldy is less than an hour away from the Dunalastair Hotel Suites and a must-visit on your holiday.
Set at the foot of magnificent mountains in the heart of Perthshire, and surrounded by a beautiful tapestry of old farmlands, hillsides, and rolling rivers, the town of Aberfeldy is home to several enjoyable walking routes, along with several must-visit areas of natural beauty, including Loch Tay, Perthshire’s largest and most visited loch.
Aberfeldy to Kenmore Circuit
A popular route among our guests on their walking holiday in the Scottish Highlands, the Aberfeldy to Kenmore circular is an eight mile route which takes in both grand scenery and historic landmarks alike.
The route starts at the General Wade Bridge. First opened over three centuries ago, the bridge crosses the entirety of Loch Tay before sending you off on a journey which also takes in the ancient tower house of Comrie Castle, the stunning memorial known as Maxwell’s Temple, and finally into the historic Taymouth Castle.
The Aberfeldy to Kenmore Circuit is one of the more accessible routes in the area, though more challenging adventures await experienced walkers.
Ideal for fishing and golfing holidays in Scotland
Prefer your walk with a few holes in the middle? For those looking for a Scottish golf break, , the area boasts no less than two nationally-renowned courses.
These include Aberfeldy Golf Club on the banks of the River Tay, and the challenging nine hole Mains of Taymouth Golf Course over in Kenmore.
For something a little more lighthearted, the Aberfeldy Community Putting Green provides hours of fun for children and grown-ups alike, and makes for a nice change of pace on your family getaway.
Scotland is of course renowned for its fishing, and the magnificent Loch Tay is home to several beats, all offering a unique opportunity for salmon fishing, as well as the chance to catch brown trout, grayling, and pike.
Plenty more in store on your visit to Aberfeldy and Kenmore
Aberfeldy is also home to Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery which is open throughout the year. Take a tour, visit the heritage exhibition, and stay for a wee dram!
You can also enjoy the unique experience of Aberfeldy Watermill, a bookshop, café and gallery housed in a listed former watermill.
From exhilarating water activities and outdoor adventures to spectacular cycling routes, an abundance of Scottish history and heritage, not to mention a range of top restaurants, cafes, and gift stores, there’s so much going on that you’ll need another holiday just to fit it all in!
Make your next walking, fishing, or golfing holiday in Scotland one you’ll never forget with the Dunalastair Hotel Suites near Aberfeldy and Kenmore. Book online today, or call us now on Call: +44 (0)1882 580444