All posts by: Patti Booth

About Patti Booth

We want to make your Highland Perthshire break as relaxing and stress-free as possible and we are proud to be certified by VisitScotland as part of their ‘Good to Go’ scheme. This means that we have carried out all the necessary procedures, including a COVID-19 risk assessment, to keep our guests comfortable and safe. If […]

It’s been a long few months but we are finally able to welcome you back to Brae House B&B, Aberfeldy.  We’ve been working hard to get Brae House ready for you and we are excited to see you all.  However, to make your stay as safe and relaxing as possible, we have had to make […]

One of the UK’s most challenging cycling races is back for 2020.  Etape Caledonia is an 85 mile journey through Big Tree Country, taking in the wonderful sights of Pitlochry, Aberfeldy and Loch Rannoch – including a steep climb up Schiehallion.  Not quite ready for Schiehallion?  Take on the less intensive 40 mile route.  Slightly […]

If you enjoy a tipple then a trip to Highland Perthshire would not be complete without a visit to Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery.  Founded in 1896 by John Dewar & Sons, it officially began whisky production in 1898 and is the only distillery built by the Dewar family.  Drawing water from the Pitilie Burn – because […]

January is a strange month – like a month long hangover after all of the festivities in December.  We all have good intentions to become new and improved versions of ourselves but the short, dark days can make it difficult to get out of a funk.  Particularly if you live in Scotland where daylight hours […]

As Christmas and New Year approach, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank our guests for staying with us this year. It has been wonderful having you all at Brae House B&B and a privilege to be part of your memories. 2020 is shaping up to be a great one in Highland Perthshire and […]

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.  Okay, maybe just a little like Christmas for those of you not ready to embrace the season yet. One guaranteed way to get in the spirit of things though – a Christmas market!  The smell of delicious food.  The joy of discovering unique, hand-crafted gifts.  The jingles […]