Aberfeldy, located in Perth and Kinross, is situated on the River Tay, in the center of Scotland. This relatively small market town is quaint but offers plenty to see and do for visitors who may be passing through the local area. Wade's Bridge was constructed in 1733 by the father of the well known Robert Adam. Near the bridge is a Black Watch memorial. There is also a children's play park as well as a golf course within the local area. In addition, there are several shops located around town, which may be of interest to visitors. There are also plenty of restaurants and eateries located in Aberfeldy.
The Scottish town of Aberfeldy is a burgh within the area that is known as Perth and Kinross. The town of Aberfeldy is located on the bank of the River Tay. The town of Aberfeldy is relatively small and it is situated within the heart of Scotland. The town has a population of about two thousand. The most memorable construction within the town is the Wade Bridge and this was built during 1733. The architect that is known as William Adam designed it. William Adam is the father of the famous man known as Robert Adam. General Wade thought that the bridge that was located within Aberfeldy was this architect's greatest idea. The memorial for the black watch is located next to the bridge and this memorial commemorates the raising of the very famous regiment.
There are a lot of attractions within the town and these include the large putting green that is open to the public and also the eighteen hole golf course. There is also a beautiful play park for the children and this park won awards during 2007. There is a vast array of shops within the town and these are focused around the town square. The shops located around the square include two bookshops that are independent, a shoe shop, a garage, a toyshop, an estate agent and also a highland outfitters store.
The town is also home to two art galleries. There is also a wide array of restaurants and other places to eat within the town and these all serve a wide range of cuisine ranging from traditional British food of fish and chips to Indian and Chinese dishes.