Holiday rentals in Aberfeldy

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Popular amenities for Aberfeldy holiday rentals

Stay near Aberfeldy's top sights

The Birks of Aberfeldy23 locals recommend
Aberfeldy Watermill Bookshop & Cafe39 locals recommend
Victoria Park3 locals recommend
Co-op Food - Petrol Aberfeldy New19 locals recommend
Splash White Water Rafting10 locals recommend
The Fountain Bar & Restaurant5 locals recommend

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Aberfeldy

  • Total rentals

    30 properties

  • Rentals with dedicated workspaces

    10 properties have a dedicated workspace

  • Pet-friendly rentals

    10 properties allow pets

  • Family-friendly rentals

    20 properties are a good fit for families

  • Total number of reviews

    1.2K reviews

  • Nightly prices starting at

    £24 before taxes and fees

Your guide to Aberfeldy

All About Aberfeldy

Located in Highland Perthshire and situated along Scotland’s longest river, the River Tay, Aberfeldy is a small town boasting dramatic landscapes, a rich heritage, and a bounty of local whisky distilleries. From the rolling hills of the Tay Valley to lush woodland and waterfalls, Aberfeldy offers spectacular views at every turn.

Within town, the Aberfeldy Watermill is a restored 1825 oatmeal mill adorned in Breadalbane Estate gothic architecture and featuring much of the original mill machinery. The site houses a bookstore, art gallery, cafe, and visitor centre, making it a great starting point for exploring Aberfeldy. A five-minute walk south are the Birks of Aberfeldy, a serene nature walk boasting the spectacular 150-metre-high Falls of Moness.

There’s plenty to explore nearby as well. Just a short drive away you’ll find the 16th-century Castle Menzies, which served as the seat for Clan Menzies for more than 500 years. Nearby is another architectural gem — picturesque Wade’s Bridge, spanning the River Tay. The elaborate stone bridge features five segmented arches and four obelisks.

The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Aberfeldy

The summer months boast some of the best weather and temperatures Aberfeldy sees throughout the year, making conditions ideal for exploring the lush Scottish landscape on nature walks and garden tours. In the autumn, the dense foliage surrounding the town changes into brilliant shades of crimson, gold, and ochre, creating a spectacular backdrop for hikes. In early November, the town hosts the Aberfeldy Festival, which features markets, live music, and book signings. During the colder months, thick blankets of snow can settle on the countryside, transforming Aberfeldy into a serene winter wonderland illuminated by the sun. With plenty of layers and sturdy footwear, you can still enjoy numerous walking trails during the winter months, including Queen’s View, the Hermitage, and the Knock Path.

Top things to do in Aberfeldy

Castle Menzies

Nestled in the highlands of Perthshire is the imposing Castle Menzies, a 16th-century Scottish castle restored during the 20th century. The castle features original timbers, shot holes, and information boards providing insight into its rich history. Self-guided tours allow you to roam the property at your own pace.

The Birks of Aberfeldy

Within easy walking distance of the town centre, the Birks of Aberfeldy include a short, marked trail up the slopes of the Moness gorge and through mixed woodland. Mature birch, oak, elm, and ash trees cocoon the pathways, which eventually lead to the Falls of Moness, where roaring waters cascade over horizontal rock slabs into the burn below.

Cluny House Gardens

A 10-minute drive northeast of Aberfeldy, Cluny House Gardens is a woodland garden on a hillside overlooking the verdant Strathtay Valley. The lush grounds beckon visitors to explore local wildlife and the Japanese, Himalayan, and North American plants that provide stunning seasonal displays throughout the year. Here, you’ll find Tibetan cherry trees, known for their mahogany bark; a soaring giant sequoia; and sorbus berries, rhododendrons, and vibrant blue poppies among the manicured lawns. The Cluny House Gardens are also home to a resident population of red squirrels.

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