Large holiday houses near Aberfeldy, Perthshire

This conservation village of Grandtully near Aberfeldy, with its rich woodlands, hill views and fast-flowing river became a rural escape for the merchants of Perth and Dundee after the railway (now long gone) arrived in the late 19th century.

5 miles west of Aberfeldy, is the quiet hamlet of Keltneyburn. Kenmore and Loch Tay are a short 5-10 minute drive away and offer various amenities such as The Courtyard Deli and Bistro, 2 golf courses, Post Office store, restaurants and gift shops. There are some lovely walks along the River Tay and on Drummond Hill and a great beach on the lochside which is perfect for family picnics and paddling for the children. You can also hire boats and canoes for use on either the loch or the river.

The small town of Aberfeldy has an excellent selection of shops together with a medical centre, dentist, vet, garage, banks, Post Office, galleries, takeaways, restaurants and pubs. There is a newly-opened sports centre and swimming pool in the town. Whether you want an all action outdoor activities holiday or a relaxing retreat to spend quality time with friends and family, this stunning area of highland Perthshire has it all. From canoeing and hill walking to fine dining and alternative therapies, it's all on your doorstep at Mo Dachaidh.

Holidaying guests an find craft courses, outdoor activities, beauty treatments and alternative therapies locally. Also fro self-caterers a catering service whereby home cooked meals can be prepared and delivered to you can make a great start to your holiday to arrive to a nice homemade meal! Especially useful if you are renting a large holiday house!

  • Keltneyburn is 5 miles to Aberfeldy
  • Edinburgh Airport - approx 95 miles
  • Pitlochry Station - 20 miles
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Keltneyburn near Aberfeldy

Magnificent views towards Glen Lyon, the longest and loveliest glen in Scotland. Holiday activities include: Golf - 3 courses within 5 miles, hill walking, watersports, fishing, horse riding, swimming pool in Aberfeldy, cycling along forestry paths and visiting Blair Atholl Castle