You're spoilt for choice in this spectacular region where the surrounding countryside is packed with outdoor adventures for sporty guests, fabulous follies for history buffs, and wildlife wonders for nature lovers.
Enjoy waterside fun right from your doorstep on Loch Tummel; Loch Rannoch (11 miles) and Loch Tay (15 miles) are also in reach. Take a drive to Blair Atholl (12 miles) on the fringes of the spectacular Cairngorms National Park where you can watch Highland Games in springtime, and see Blair Castle, the ancestral home of Clan Murray.
Pack a picnic and head to the nearby forests, abundant with beauty spots and legendary tales of Alba's mythical creatures and ancient history. Visit Tay Forest Park (4 miles), a vast forest landscape of breathtaking views and tea treats at the visitor centre where you can also see majestic Bens, ancient lochs, forts, and battle sites. Visit Allean Forest (5.5 miles) where you'll discover a Pict ring fort and ancient homestead.
Try a bungee jump over the Killicrankie Pass, a colourful forest location in all seasons (8.5 miles) where a notable battle took place in 1689 that inspired Scottish bard Robert Burns. Book a tour with Highland Safaris to Aberfeldy's Red Deer Centre (14 miles), and meet red deer and barn owls up close, or enjoy biking and gold panning.