Leisure at Moness
We are very pleased to announce the completion of our leisure refurbishment and upgrade at Moness.
The changing rooms, steam room, sauna, individual treatment rooms and poolside showers now have a new contemporary look, which along with the modernized reception area and newly built easy access for visitors, makes Moness a most desirable choice for those who enjoy relaxation and comfort.
We thank you for the co-operation shown during the developments and hope you enjoy the new facilities as much as we do.
Our Swimming Pool offers the perfect environment for a leisurely swim alternatively you can just laze in our poolside spa or why not take the opportunity to sit and unwind in our newly installed sauna or steam room, either, a superb way of relaxing.
Alternatively, visit the new Spa Therapy rooms where you can enjoy complete relaxation and indulge yourself with a wonderful range of Beauty & Complementary Therapies, including manicures, pedicures, facial treatments and massage.
For racquet enthusiasts, the games hall is set up daily to play either badminton, mini tennis or squash and for a slightly slower pace, carpet bowls.
Our Indoor games facilities at the resort include a pool table and table tennis with a viewing gallery over looking the pool where snacks and hot and cold drinks can be purchased, the games hall holds mid-week aerobic and martial arts classes, run by independent qualified instructors, catering for varied abilities (chargeable to instructor, programme subject to change).
In addition to the indoor leisure facilities, Moness also offers a 9 hole mini putting green open throughout the summer months.
As you would expect, our duck pond is a favourite place amongst our guests, with a growing family of mallards that also enjoy our beautiful gardens and pond area and very often you will be treated to some of the areas wildlife, including red squirrels, hares, rabbits, grouse, eagles and if you're very lucky, deer.
Enjoy a tranquil walk round the well presented grounds or go strolling in the local area, notably the Birks of Aberfeldy, an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Aberfeldy itself provides ready access to a wide range of recreational pursuits including golf, water sports on lochs and rivers, climbing and hill walking.
£10 per person a day for a non residential leisure pass