Ok, so it's raining! But whether the sun shines or not, we love Scotland and of course the Aberfeldy and Loch Tay area in particular - and if you've got... Read more
One of the best things about the, ahem, slightly damper months of the year is that they give us the chance to see our fantastic waterfalls at their very best... Read more
VisitScotland's Year of Food & Drink 2015 celebrates the best of Scottish produce... helping you find out more about Scotland's wonderful natural larder and to discover our delicious local produce.... Read more
We found this lovely video of the area from the air, featuring the town of Aberfeldy itself, Castle Menzies, Taymouth Castle, Loch Tay and Kenmore. With thanks to www.iainstruthers.co.uk
The Birks Cinema is a state-of-the-art, 100-seat digital 3D Highland Perthshire cinema. The Birks is also a great venue for meetings, conferences or events, or a place to relax with friends... Read more
If you're staying in the Aberfeldy area and you're looking for a great day's walking, why not try taking the number 23 bus to Dunkeld and walking back, just in... Read more
The award-winning Ring of Breadalbane Explorer mini bus service has now finished for 2015, but it will be back in 2016!
The Explorer enables walkers, cyclists and mountain bikers to enjoy... Read more
Why not share your favourite pictures of this beautiful area on our new "Your Pictures" section?
There is nothing better than getting outside to enjoy the sunshine and fresh air, running through the lush green grass, watching the butterflies flutter, listening to the sound of nature,... Read more
Nothing beats getting out and about to explore.
Many of us know that feeling when you are out walking, knowing you need to walk back, but the sun is beating down... Read more
The Aberfeldy, Loch Tay and Glen Lyon area can take you on a journey that spans thousands of years of human habitation. Usually, we'd start at the beginning, but just... Read more
Aberfeldy, Loch Tay and Glen Lyon offer the widest possible choice of walking, from gentle riverside strolls to challenging long distance routes.
A large part of the Rob Roy Way is... Read more
On Wednesday 29th August 1787, Robert Burns arrived on the shores of Loch Tay as part of his famous “Highland Tour”.
Over 200 years later, every place he mentions, or... Read more