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Annette and Rory Macdonald and family offer a warm welcome to their home
that offers a high standard of service and comfort.
Bed and Breakfast accomodation is available in relaxed and comfortable
The 4 Guest House bedrooms are spacious and elegantly decorated to a high
standard, a wealth of original Victorian features, all have ensuite facilities,
T.V., and Welcome Tray. - Free WiFi access now available.
Fernbank Guest House is ideally situated for the beautiful river Tay,
the Black Watch Monument, Putting Green, General Wades Bridge, the Aberfeldy
Golf Course an 18 hole course straddling the river Tay, and the town centre.
The Birks 'o' Aberfeldy, a short stroll away, was made famous by Robert
Burns and well worth a visit. Aberfeldy in Perthshire, in the Highlands
of Scotland is perfectly placed for a variety of activities, Pony Trekking,
Kayaking, Walking, Cycling and White Water Rafting and is in easy reach
of Perth with its new Concert Hall, Theatre, Ice Rink and Galleries.
Just a short drive away is Pitlochry boasting its renowned Festival Theatre,
Dam & Fish Ladder and our very own famous Award Winning Macdonald
Brothers Butchers & Delicatessen ideal for taking traditional Scottish
produce home with you.Blair castle is a must when in the area, steeped
in history and home to the Atholl Highlanders Regiment, the only private
army in Europe.
Whilst at Fernbank Guest House why not treat yourself to a session of
Reflexology or Indian Head Massage with Annette in the new Fernbank treatment
facilities. Reflexology dates back to ancient Egypt, India & China.
Both therapies are used to relax, de-stress and restore & maintain
your body’s natural equilibrium, by enouraging the body to work
naturally to restore its own healthy balance and is suitable for all ages.We
look forward to your stay with us.Annette and Rory Macdonald.
The guest house bedrooms at Fernbank House in the Highland Village of
Aberfeldy offer spacious and comfortable accommodation with a wealth of
All four bedrooms boast modern en-suite facilities and feature:
* Hospitality Trays
* Complimentory toiletries
Family accomodation available.
An Iron and ironing board are available, also drying facilities and secure
storage for Golf clubs, bikes, kayaks etc...Reflexology and/or Indian
Head Massage sessions are available to book in advance or on arrival at
Please note that check in is after 4pm on the day of arrival.
On day of departure, we kindly ask that you vacate your room by 10.00am.
Guest comments on Fernbank House:
"Best breakfast in Scotland! Beautiful rooms, really comfy. Thank
you so much" - Lucy Smith, Glasgow
"Beautiful place and great hospitality. Impressed at all of it. Thank
you" - Dave & Anj Ivory, Ontario
"Excellent retreat after a long days hike. Wonderful breakfast -
best black pudding ever" - May Tynon, Arkansas "Home from home"
- George Collister, Isle of Man"Very friendly and welcoming hosts,
in a beautiful town and valley!" - Andy Klingesid & Eva Brulin,
Berne, Switzerland .
Directions to Fernbank House:
Fernbank Guest House Bed & Breadfast is located in the attractive
town of Aberfeldy, Perthshire, Scotland only 10 miles from the A9 and
within a couple of hour's drive of both Edinburgh and Glasgow. Set in
the Heart of the Scottish Highlands.
From Edinburgh: cross the Forth Road Bridge, follow the M90 north, and
at Perth start to follow the A9 towards Inverness. At the Ballinluig junction
take the A827 and follow signs to Aberfeldy.
Time of Travel – Approx 1.5 hours.
From Glasgow : travel north following the M80, A80, M80 again the M9 and
finally the A9 to carry you to Perth (don't worry, despite the road's
frequent name changes, no turn-offs are necessary). Thereafter, follow
the A9 towards Inverness . At Ballinluig junction take the A827 and follow
signs to Aberfeldy.
Time of Travel – Approx 2 hours
From Inverness : Follow A9 south, take the turn off for Aberfeldy at the
Ballinluig junction. Thereafter, follow signs to Aberfeldy
If you would like more information or help with arranging your transportation
to or from Fernbank House or to discuss accomodation, please contact us
and we would be happy to help
Email Fernbank House enquiries & reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org
Information on Surrounding Area:
There are a wide variety of activities and attractions in Aberfeldy and
the surrounding area of the Scottish Highlands. We would be delighted
to assist you in booking any of these activities; alternatively we have
provided you with contact information should you wish to make your own
Reflexology/Indian Head Massage
Annette can provide a Reflexology or Indian Head Massage service from
the comfort of Fernbank Guest House Bed & Breakfast, please ask for
Welcome to our own Macdonald Bros. Butcher's & Delicatessen
We are a traditional family Butcher, owned and run by us, the Macdonald
family since 1928. Macdonald Brothers Butchers source their meat from
local farmers where possible, to ensure continuous quality. We source
a selection of our beef from our local Organic farmer, Mr Alistair Brewster,
Dunkeld, Perthshire, Scotland.
Naturally all our meat served at breakfast comes from our own Butchers.
Biggest Car Rally in Scotland for 20 years
Three days of fiercely competitive driving over timed Special Stages on
closed Forestry Commission Scotland gravel roads.
Scone Palace, Drummond Hill, (nr Aberfeldy), and Stirling.
The Enchanted Forest
A spectacular firework display in Loch Faskally woods, booking early is
advisable. Held from 16th October to 1st November.
The Perthshire Gardens Collection
A collection of gardens who have been working together since 2001. These
gardens include Scone Palace, Glendoick, Glamis, Branklyn, Blair Castle,
Cluny, Dundee Botanics, Drummond, Explorers (Pitlochry), Pitmuies, and
Cambo in Fife.
Scotland's Premier Land Rover Safari and Event Management Company. Highland
Safaris will take you on a journey of discovery for a truly magical encounter
The Birks 'o'Aberfeldy and Falls of Moness
Lying south of Aberfeldy, the sheltered glen known as The Birks has long
been a popular spot and the well made paths that form a circuit from Aberfeldy
to the Falls of Moness make this beautiful place easily accessible.
The path climbs steeply past a number of smaller falls to the bridge at
the top before returning above the opposite bank.
A short distance from the beginning of the route is a seat at the spot
where Robert Burns was said to have composed his song The Birks O' Aberfeldy.
The newly restored Watermill offers a unique Bookshop catering for all
readers, Art Gallery , Music and Coffee Shop all under the one roof.
For Golfers there are many well known courses in the area that are held
in high esteem by locals and visitors.
Aberfeldy (18 holes)
Taymouth Castle (18 holes)
Kenmore (9 holes)
There is also some superb salmon and trout fishing to be had in the local
rivers and Lochs. The salmon fishing on Loch Tay is some of the finest
to be had in Scotland .
Local permits may be obtained from the following;
Wade's Newsagents, Bank Street , Aberfeldy
David Campbell, The Square, Aberfeldy
Beyond Adventure is a specialist outdoor company, based
in Aberfeldy. Their particular specialities are open canoeing and tailor
made multi-activity programmes with families or groups. They can offer
you activities for just 1 day or more and are happy to work with any size
of group or any level of ability. Ideal for familys.
Source Adventure provide White Water Kayaking, Open Canoeing,
Canyoning and Rafting - Experiences, Coaching, Guiding and Expeditions
all stemming from Aberfeldy.
The Scottish Crannog Centre
A Crannog is an ancient Loch dwelling. Discover how and why these ancient
people built their homes in the water, and experience first-hand how they
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