The Steading is one of those special places to create a memorable holiday with family and friends. Located in the heart of Highland Perthshire and surrounded by the incredible scenery which inspired Robert Burns to write his 'Birks of Aberfeldy', this contemporary retreat offers guests the ideal blend of modern luxury living, fused with the history and landscape right outside your door to explore. The interior combines traditional Scottish Wool with finest linen, and a fusion between Scottish heritage and Scandinavian hints creates a luxurious and modern environment in which to relax after a day's excursions. The area has a rich variety of things to do, with walks and cycle paths in every direction, whiskey distilleries to visit and country pursuits to enjoy.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Steading?
Offering 3 king size, en suite rooms (one of which can become a double) all with picturesque views of the garden and surrounding area over the mountains and, the bedrooms are luxurious, spacious and well appointed. Each room is equipped with tied bundles of White Company fluffy towels with Anta throws, cushions and stoneware and stocked with Glen Lyon coffee, cafetiere, homemade lemon shortbread, wineglasses, corkscrew and whatever else you may need.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Aberfeldy area?
There is a vast array of things to do within the area including hill walking, cycling, mountain biking, golf courses, salmon and trout fishing, clay pigeon shooting, and a variety of watersports such as kayaking, gorge walking and white water rafting.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
In the morning you can choose between orange and infused home grown rhubarb with organic yoghurt, organic steading eggs, a locally milled oatmeal porridge, Blair Athol Watermill seeded breads and Glenlyon roasting coffee, and anything else you might desire. Your hosts will be happy to assist you on where to eat locally and can even reserve a table for you. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from whether you want to dine at Loch Tay's bank or in a renovated shooting lodge at the foot of Glenlyon.