ABERFELDY - KENMORE and LOCH
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Perthshire Scotland uk
Proudly boast of Perthshire's
highest mountain and longest glen.
The River Tay is crossed in Aberfeldy by a magnificent five-arched
bridge built by General Wade the builder of military roads.
developed around small woollen mills and has flourished as a holiday
There is an eighteen hole golf course,
a recreation centre
and a recently restored working Watermill.
At Aberfeldy Distillery
learn the secrets of fine blended whisky.
The whitewashed conservation
village of Kenmore which sits at the eastern edge of Loch Tay was
created as a model
village in 1760.
From this vantage point you will
have the most magnificent views of Loch Tay.
Ample fishing is available
in the vicinity of River and Loch Tay.
There is an eighteen hole golf
course in the grounds of Taymouth Castle and a nine hole at Kenmore.
On the south road of Loch Tay is the Scottish Crannog Centre which
paints a fascinating picture of life in the early Iron Age.
Adjacent is a water sports centre offering a wide selection of sport
including canoeing, river-rafting and windsurfing.
An elegant steamer "Spirit of Loch Tay" will be launched
This 110 foot long vessel will offer day cruises and evening
dinner cruises on
Aberfeldy Perthshire visit Scotland,
Scottish bed breakfast,
self catering, farmhouse and guest house accommodation. Guided
tours throughout the British Isles can be arranged here.