Nae Limits is one of Scotland’s most established and accessible activity centres offering water and land adventure activities in bonny Highland Perthshire. Established in 2001, they have won awards for our adventure activities and outdoor learning ventures.
With over 14 adrenalin-fuelled water and land adventure activities for you to experience, stag weekends, hen weekends, family activity breaks, team building events or a day out to remember. Tackle some of the best White Water Rafting Scotland has to offer or kick up your Canyoning a gear in one of our private exclusive venues or get dirty on our Quad Biking Trek. Activity & Accommodation Packages are perfect for Stag & Hen Weekends, Team Building Breaks or a weekend break in Perthshire. Nae Limits have many awesome adventure activities available all year round.
Booking is simple call them on 01796 482600 to speak to our team.
A major visitor attraction in the area, the Scottish Wool Centre has many activities our customers can enjoy. Come and see 'The Gathering', our three times daily dog and duck show, where our shepherd will give you a history of Scottish sheep and work his dog 'on hand' with ducks.( April to Sept.)
Enjoy wandering around our outside paddocks where there are rare breeds of sheep, goats plus Merlin our miniature horse.
If birds are your interest, we have fan tailed doves in our dovecot, plus our pond area has various breeds of hens for you to see or to buy!
Our more active visitor can enjoy our kid’s park, next to our beer garden. Visit our Lomond Restaurant for fabulous food before moving on to our large retail area.
This has something for everyone, from cashmere, Harris Tweed, country and casual wear plus many gifts to take home including our large range of whisky in our food and whisky hall.
Come ans see our craft shop called "Handmade" where we have a selection of locally crafted goods from turned wood to fused glass and candles.
Come along and visit us.... then tell all your friends about The Scottish Wool Centre experience!
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Cruises Return to Loch Tay...
Be the first to experience this unique boat trip, bringing the heritage and history of Loch Tay to life!
Our modern custom-built boat is comfortable, fast, dry & gets in close to the inaccessible parts of the loch to explore the wildlife & nature. Live commentary from our passionate and knowledgeable crew will take you on a journey through the local history, heritage and folklore.
An Inspirational journey suitable for all ages.
Book online at www.lochtaysafaris.net
Love Animals? Perthshire hosts a great choice of wildlife parks with animals from around the world, and many animals from right here in Scotland too! Many parks are open rain or shine, all year round.
Wildlife Parks accessible from Loch Tay and Perthshire include:
Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre in Comrie: a great collection of wild animals to see and discover plus children's play areas, pony rides, and a hatchery.
Whatever the weather you’ll find plenty to see and do, with activities for all ages indoors and out. We have 50 different species of animal, each with its own particular charm. Come and explore all that Auchingarrich has to offer and learn more about the animals at feeding times and talks.
As well as all of the animals you have to say hello to, we have plenty of other activities to keep you busy all day at Auchingarrich. From indoor play barns to mini golf you will never want to leave!
Highland Safaris Winners of the `Best Visitor Experience` in Scotland combines our Red Deer Centre with award winning exhilarating Land Rover Safaris, inspiring walking and biking activities and Perthshire’s only Gold and Gem Panning Centre. Set in a stunning location, visit the award-winning Café and enjoy delicious food served all day, home baking and fabulous Glen Lyon Coffee. Browse the Gift Shop and discover an original and exciting range of outdoor gear, cards, books & toys.
To find out more about wildlife parks and safaris in the surrounding area please contact us. Come stay with us on the doorstep to the highlands at the shores of Loch Tay and enjoy the many exciting adventure possibilities that await you.
Nestled in the main square of the attractive town of Aberfeldy in Highland Perthshire, sits the award winning and beautifully restored art-deco cinema, described as "a Gem of Highland Perthshire".
This fully refurbished single-screen cinema offers a film-tastic 100-seat auditorium with spacious, comfortable seating and state-of-the art digital projection and sound system.
Audiences can enjoy the latest movie releases as well as broadcast live events (theatre, opera, ballet), while enjoying a glass of local beer or wine too!
The welcoming cafe-bar offers a wide selection of coffees, teas, local cakes, snacks (popcorn and sweets), as well as an enticing range of soft-drinks, beers and wines.
Telephone booking line: 01887 822845 ext 1
Located 8 miles from Stirling and just 45min from Edinburgh and Glasgow, Deanston Distillery sits by the River Teith at the entrance to the dramatic Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
Having been a cotton mill for 180 years, Deanston was transformed into a distillery in the 1960's and has been distilling whisky using traditional methods ever sicne. Visit us and experience the sights, smells and sounds of a true working distillery and we will show you how we hand craft our great whisky which is sweet, fruity with a malty honeyed spiciness on the palate.
The Coffee Bothy, our distillery cafe, offers a wide selection of wholesome food. Daily specials, light lunches and delicious soups are freshly made every day by our chefs. Choose also from our speciality coffees and teas, and the satisfy that sweet tooth with a scrumptious Bothy cake.
This spectacular sixteenth century castle, restored by the Menzies Clan Society, welcomes visitors. Seat of the Chiefs of Clan Menzies for over 400 years and importantly situated, it was involved in the turbulent history of the Highlands and here Bonnie Prince Charlie rested on his way to Culloden in 1746.
House of Bruar (Scotland 's Harrods) and Clan Donnaidhaidh centre, Pitlochry, Perth with its wonderful shops and Caithness Glass centre or Crieff, which has a first class visitor centre, then return home suitably laden!
‘The Courtyard’ at Mains of Taymouth is situated in the beautiful village of Kenmore, at the mouth or the famous River Tay.
The Courtyard has been constructed around an open decked area with a view of the Loch. We also offer free car-parking for anyone visiting Kenmore to the order of some 80 vehicles. Never worry about parking in this beautiful Highland resort again. We even offer shaded parking areas and fresh drinking water to ensure your pets are as comfortable as you are on your perfect day out.
Situated in Keltneyburn near Aberfeldy, Iron Fairy is an exciting collection of work by local artist Heather M Cumming featuring recycled industrial and scrap metal sculptures, all inspired by nature.
The Keltneyburn Smithy Gallery is within driving distance of Loch Tay Highland Lodges, just 5 miles from Aberfeldy. A family run blacksmithing and arts business, Iron Fairy is a collection of exciting and dramatic sculptures of various shapes, styles and sizes.
The showroom features an intimate gallery, which includes an outdoor gallery space with pieces of art on display among the natural landscape.
The beautiful Dochart Falls is situated just outside Killin in Stirling toward the west end of Loch Tay.
Here, the River Dochart stretches out into the spectacular Dochart Falls, cascading over the small island of Inchbuie before flowing into Loch Tay. Inchbuie hosts the historic Innis Bhuidhe Bridge and the ancient burial ground of Clan McNab, dating back to the 1700s.
Easily one of the most accessible falls in Scotland, Dochart offers variable sights and photo ops making this an ideal stopover as part of your explorations of the Loch Tay region.
A very leisurely and beautifully scenic trip, taking in Schiehallion, Aberfeldy, Killin and the delightful little village of Fortingall (featuring the oldest tree in Scotland), nestling at the foot of the eastern end of Ben Lawers. Try to visit Castle Menzies and the House of Menzies near Aberfeldy too.
An outstanding example of a traditional cruck frame cottage and byre, dating from mid-19th century. The building has been little altered and retains many of its original features, such as the box beds.
Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve (NNR) gets its name from the highest mountain in the central highlands, Ben Lawers 1214m (3984 feet). Owned and managed by the National Trust for Scotland, the 4723 ha Reserve includes nine mountains in the Lawers and Tarmachan ranges and is one of the most important nature conservation sites in Britain. It is designated for its mountain plants, including several nationally rare species but has plenty of other spectacular wildlife such as mountain birds and butterflies.
There are plenty of opportunities for walking and the most popular routes up Ben Lawers and Meall nan Tarmachan are accessed from the Reserve car park where leaflets and information is available. There is also a short nature trail which is ideal for families or those not wishing to head for the summits. The car park can be accessed on foot by following the track which starts immediately above the road opposite the entrance to Loch Tay Highland Lodges. Trust rangers offer a programme of guided walks and events during the summer.
For more information see www.nts.org.uk.