In a 10-minute easy walk from Chraggs, you can find yourself in the centre of Aberfeldy. Aberfeldy is a small but bustling town situated in the highlands of Perthshire. Aberfeldy has attracted many famous guests throughout history which has contributed to its increase in visitor numbers and its lively atmosphere as people walk in the footsteps of Queen Victoria and poet Robert Burns.
For those looking for water sports and loch activities, Kenmore village makes the most of the beautiful 14-mile Loch Tay. Furthermore, Kenmore village is just a short distance away from the bustling centre of Aberfeldy where Chraggs is based.
The beautiful Aberfeldy distillery is the ideal venue for a guided tour in small groups of a traditional working distillery, where our visitors will always receive friendly personal attention. Dewar's world of whisky hear the extraordinary tale of John Dewar & Sons and discover the inspiring story behind America’s top selling Scotch whisky. Tour the distillery,visit the warehouse and explore the unique heritage displays.
Activity Scotland offers a fantastic range of exciting outdoor adventure activities and activity breaks. With numerous activity providers all over Scotland we can provide a wide range of adventures to choose from. We can cater for all, from individuals, Family Groups, Stag & Hens, Charities and Corporate Team Building near you. Visit Activity Scotland to find out more.
Highland Offroad, situated in Dunkeld, Highland Perthshire specialise in 4x4 and ATV Driver training - courses are accredited through Lantra, BORDA and Land Rover Experience. Having acquired many years in the business Highland Offroad is recognised as one of the top training providers in Scotland. Programmes are delivered to a high standard and are available to suit individual and specific business needs. Please get in touch with Highland Offroad to find out more.
The Birks of Aberfeldy inspired Robert Burns to write his poem of the same name after a visit in August 1787. The circular 1.5 mile path (allow 1.5 to 2hrs) follows the path alongside the Moness Burn. What you see today is the product of the past, not the recent past but of millions of years. Waterfalls are a feature of these hanging valleys where side streams drop down steep slopes into the main valley.
Operating within 250,000 acres of Highland Perthshire Estate, Highland Safaris offer a unique range of Safari products combining breathtaking scenery, Scottish heritage and inspirational adventure.
Castle Menzies is a spectacular sixteenth century Scottish castle, restored during the twentieth century by the Menzies Clan. Architecturally fascinating, it is a splendid Renaissance example of the transition in Scottish castles from earlier rugged Highland fortresses to later mansion houses.
Without a doubt, The Birks Cinema is a true gem of Highland Perthshire. Just a fifteen-minute walk from the Chraggs, you can be in the heart of Aberfeldy and in the 100-seat Birks Cinema, an incredible rural cinema that is an exceptional venue for locals and visitors.
With stunning views, incredible landscapes and impressive backdrops, it is no surprise that Perthshire has many incredible golf courses that make the most of the environment and natural beauty of the land. Just a short drive from Chraggs are some of the most beautiful golf clubs in Highland Perthshire.
Situated near the village of Weem is Weem Wood. Managed by the Forestry Commission with convenient amenities such as picnic tables, bike stands and a car park, Weem Wood is a beautiful spot to get back to nature and enjoy an invigorating walk. There are many trails to take around Weem Wood, and a popular choice is a circular route through the woodland, simply titled Weem Wood Walk.