Your perfect stay in AberfeldyRowanM2021-06-14T16:46:57+00:00
Your perfect stay in Aberfeldy
A stay in Aberfeldy is the perfect way to experience the very best of Scotland. Our picturesque location is only 1.5 hours easy car journey from Edinburgh, yet lies within The Highlands of Scotland, a majestic landscape of firs, lochs, and mountains. You’ll feel like you’ve really escaped, and never more so than when staying at our beautiful hill farm Errichel, which enjoys an elevated position just outside Aberfeldy, with stunning views of the Tay Vallery toward the Grampian Mountains beyond.
You can choose between 6 luxurious farmhouse rooms offering bed and breakfast accommodation, or two cottages, one accessing our main building via a pretty garden, and one further offsite, with an utterly hidden location accessed only by a private track.
Breakfast is served in our beautiful roundhouse, and is the perfect start to your day. You can choose between our full ‘Thyme’ breakfast featuring our own Errichel produce (vegetarian option available), or why not try our sumptuous smoked salmon and scambled egg? Our delightful Bistro will be open all day, serving lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, and our Deli can meet all your shopping needs.
Luxury Self-Catering Holiday Cottages
WE HAVE 2 LUXURY SELF CATERING HOLIDAY COTTAGES BASED ON ERRICHEL FARM. EACH COTTAGE IS UNIQUE, ENJOYS SPECTACULAR VIEWS OVER HIGHLAND PERTHSHIRE AND IS A PERFECT BASE FROM WHICH TO EXPLORE THE HIGHLANDS.
“Had a lovely stay for one night this autumn and the colours surrounding the house were beautiful. It was such a warm and homely stay, but the breakfast and service was outstanding. The quality of the food, the attention to detail and the room in which breakfast was served was stunning.”
“Stayed here for a weekend. The staff were all extremely helpful and friendly. Despite the current restrictions, the staff (inc. the chef) went out their way to ensure a pleasant stay. Room was well kept, modern and comfortable. Amazing views from the hotel, surrounded by ducks chickens and horses.”