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Loch Tay



The Grandtully Hotel and Tully Bar

The Grandtully Hotel has two restaurants one fine dining and the Tully Bar. We prefer the Bar for its relaxed vibe, the food is outstanding in both. They also run a field to fork cookery school where you can learn to cook with some of Scotland's finest ingredients.


Sited on the edge of Loch Tay, the view is fabulous, a spa which includes a massive sauna and hot-tub on the edge of the Loch with a daring slide in to the icy waters for those brave enough to take the plunge.


Loch Tay

Our local loch, and a stunning location in Highland Perthshire for wild swimming and water sports. The Paper Boat Serves simple locally sourced food and coffee.

Glen Lyon

A truly mystical Glen. The valley of the Sun God. As you enter the valley, all mobile phone networks cut off. We recommend driving up to the Post office and having a bowl of homemade soup, or one of the great cakes that Becky the owner makes, before or after exploring the Glen. Please check opening times, especially during the winter.

Weem woods

A forest bath where you can transcend the busy world and explore this special woodland. Keeping an eye out for dragons and green men as you go.

The Birks of Aberfeldy

This is our rainy day walk, but really what ever the season or weather, you will not be disappointed by this waterfall adventure. Afterwards, head to the The Watermill in Aberfeldy for a slice of the best vegan chocolate cake or lunch by the fire.


Blair Athol Watermill and tearoom

Blair Athol Watermill and tearoom - Delightful working water mill dating back to 1590's where stone ground oatmeal and flours are both milled and sold. Serves Light lunches, afternoon teas, variety of breads, bagels and rolls. While you are there you can visit Blair Castle, which dates back to 1269.

Mhor 84

If you want to have a fabulous scenic drive and a yummy meal, head to Mhor84. It takes about 45mins to get there, but the journey is stunning. Once there, you can cycle along two excellent bike paths and do numerous walks.

Rannoch Station Tea Room

Rannoch Station is one of the most remote railway stations in the British Isles. A beautiful drive with a quirky lunch on the station platform when you get there. A wonderful place to walk.


Handam refill station Aberfeldy

Offers zero waste foods and sustainable products with plastic free packaging. You can buy a wide selection of dry foods as well as food grown locally by Simply Organic Supplies Aberfeldy – SOSA

Glen Lyon Coffee

Roasting up some of the world’s finest beans. Buy a fine cup of their delicious coffee in Aberfeldy as well as beans. Open to the public Monday to Friday.

The Fish Man

Friday is fish day in Dull. David Kirkwood’s fish van delivers the freshest fish to the village at around 5pm give or take.

For special orders 07528382765


Scottish tweeds with a modern twist, letterpress prints by local artist Ryan Hannigan.


Stylish Homeware, vintage and new furniture, quirky bits and modern soft furnishings.

The Watermill Aberfeldy

A warm and relaxed cafe, has a open fire and a lovely outdoor terrace. The particularly well stocked bookshop and gallery are situated above.

Beautiful local walks

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