Aberfeldy, Perthshire & Kinross
Aberfeldy is home to world-famous poet Robert Burns, and made more popular still by its status as the first Fairtrade town on Scotland’s map.
Impeccably manicured grounds and gardens provide spacious and level tent and caravan pitches at the park, all accessible by a clearly marked path, then take one step through the gate on to the footpath that runs between the site and the River Tay and you’re slap bang in the heart of the Scottish countryside.
When you’re not admiring the view of the River Tay or the Strathtay landscape thick with hillsides and trees from your pitch the children will enjoy the open space in which to run around and the well-equipped play area on site. The pitches have electric hook-up with is metered and charged to prepaid cards, charged as used at 14p/kwh. The site has clean shower and toilet facilities and a laundry service, along with other handy amenities, and you can bring your dog along for a plentiful helping of Scottish air too.
Scattered with picnic benches so you never have to turn your back on the scenery, this site offers everything you could want for a family-friendly, outdoor holiday. Close to many top tourist sites as well as quieter jaunts for walkers, however chilly it gets in the highlands of Aberfeldy, a warm welcome and busy holiday awaits here.
Aberfeldy Caravan Park occupies a highly attractive location next to the River Tay. It is within walking distance of the town.
Aberfeldy Caravan Park is bounded to the North by the River Tay and to the South by the A827.
16th March to 30th October