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Stories and Tips Aberfeldy

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John Dewar & Sons Distillery and the Dewar’s World of Whisky

Written by MilwVon on 25 Nov, 2006

John Dewar & Sons Distillery and the Dewar’s World of Whisky in Aberfeldy is a must stop while in Perthshire, Scotland. If you are going to do the full historical tour of Dewar’s as well as the distillery you should plan on allowing at least…Read More

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Moness Country Club - A Timeshare Resort

Written by MilwVon on 23 Nov, 2006

For our week in Scotland, the Moness Country Club timeshare resort was home. Comprised of 95 one and two bedroom country cottages, we were very pleased with our accommodations. As you entered the white two story stucco structure, you came through a double door foyer…Read More

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Blair Castle

Written by MilwVon on 23 Nov, 2006

Nestled at the gateway to the countryside of Perthshire in Blair Atholl, the view surrounding the castle on this crisp fall day was lovely. Blair Castle is a private residence, one of the first available to visitors. Completely furnished in original pieces dating back to…Read More

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Huntingtower Castle

Written by MilwVon on 23 Nov, 2006

Located just outside of Perth, this castle may very well be my favorite of those that have been not been restored and/or remain unfurnished in Scotland. Complete with stories of royalty, treason and a fairytale of young love, this medieval castle has quite a place…Read More

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The Birks of Aberfeldy

Written by smacdoug on 02 Sep, 2003

The Birks of Aberfeldy was considered so beautiful by Robert Burns, that he was inspired to imortalize it in a poem of the same name (the walk being named after the poem was written, and Birks refers to the Birch trees that are featured predominantly…Read More

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