Fernbank House

Address: Kenmore Street, Aberfeldy, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, PH15 2BL, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Kenmore Street, Aberfeldy, is near The Watermill, Birks of Aberfeldy, Bolfracks Garden, and Taymouth Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Aberfeldy

    Driving through the Highlands (Day2)

    A travel blog entry by tuckerhoneymoon on Jun 06, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... outside the town was a whisky distillery called Blair Athol. We weren't in the mood for a tour, just wanted to see the free exhibit and maybe try a sip or buy a small bottle. Another disappointment as the exhibit was almost non-existent and the shop horribly overpriced.

    The Glenfarg hotel in Perthshire is an amazing building with lots of antique furniture. Our room is large and has lots of character, including the accent wall with ...

    A day of highland fun!

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on May 30, 2015

    28 photos

    ... events, but also the athletics, cycling and Highland Dancing. Kate and Roy also enjoyed trying their luck on the Trombola stall winning quite a few prizes from drinks and biscuits to their most prized win a box of chocolates! The games went all day and we all enjoyed our day out watching the festivities, it's certainly something unique that we don’t get to see back home.

    Over the past few ...

    Rafting the River Tay & Alan Torrance

    A travel blog entry by pasinas on Jun 26, 2014

    4 comments

    ... When he invited her to lie on top of the tartan so he could wrap her in the kilt, you could see the excitement burn through her hands that covered her face. And as if that wasn't enough, after he took the kilt off her, he used one of the medieval axes that he had for demonstration to cut about 2 inches of fabric from the edge of the tartan and proceeded to rip a strip (about 10 yards long), rolled it up into the palm of his hand, and clasping her hand in his, ...

    First time in Scotland

    A travel blog entry by mortlipp on Jun 17, 2014

    28 photos

    ... voyage for the length of the loch. The clouds started to break up as we turned around to head back to the pier so we had a different view of the Loch on the way back. Back in Callander Ron and I walked around what they call the Callander Meadow, a path alongside a river and adjacent to a meadow where people were sitting on benches enjoying the Scottish Summer day (22 degrees by late afternoon) and no wind. We then scaled the heights of Callander ...

    Munro Bagging and other Scottish things

    A travel blog entry by joycastillo3 on Jul 20, 2013

    1 comment, 51 photos

    ... by horrible horse flies called "clegs". Those buggers bit through clothes and were merciless, especially on the lower parts of my ascent up Ben Lomond.
    Speaking of Ben Lomond, I was thrilled to climb it! In Scotland, mountains that are above 3,000 ft above sea level are called "munros". When you climb one, you are "bagging a munro". Ben Lomond is the most southerly munro in Scotland. I was told by locals and my guide book to go up the Ptarmigan ...