Spring Savings


Spring Sale

Enjoy 25% off midweek self-catering breaks

Look forward to fun filled days and cosy nights at Moness resort nestled in 35 stunning acres with the very best of Highland Perthshire right on your doorstep. With so many stunning walks, cycle routes, attractions and outdoor adventures you will be spoilt for choice. You won’t need to look far for some glorious views and endless rolling countryside.Save up to 25% when you use promo code SPRINGSALE. Your stay includes access to our onsite leisure facilities including our swimming pool.

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Top 5 things to do in the area

During your stay you can be as active or relaxed as you like. Here are a few of our local recommendations:

1. Take to the water in dramatic style on Loch Tay

There are few places more magical and serene than Loch Tay. Stretching over 14 miles, it’s the largest body of fresh water in Scotland and one of the most spectacular sites. It’s pretty incredible to take in from the shoreline, but imagine experiencing the place from the centre of the loch? Loch Tay Safaris is a cruise company operating on Loch Tay, taking visitors out on the water on a Rigid Inflatable Boat (RIB), which can hit speeds more than 40 knots, to soak up the dramatic views and mesmerising stories of the area. A breath-taking adventure.

To book, visit the Highland Safaris website here.

2. Get close to nature

In this part of the world, we are spoiled by the array of wildlife on our doorstep. Highland Safaris, one of Scotland’s top visitor experience centres, is home to a Red Deer Centre where visitors can see Britain’s largest land mammals up close in their natural habitat as well as learn all about the magnificent animals. Also, you can meet the centre’s beautiful barn owl during hands-on demonstrations – an unforgettable experience for animal lovers.

For more information, visit the Highland Safaris website here.

3. Explore the great outdoors on foot

Perthshire is also known as Big Tree Country. With over 200,000 acres of woodlands, the region has some of the most spectacular walking trails. Near Moness is the Birks of Aberfeldy, a circular walk through the Moness Glen. There’s stunning hanging waterfalls and a statue of Robert Burns who wrote ‘The Birks O’Aberfeldie’ after visiting the area. Another trail to explore nearby is the Hermitage where, when looking up, visitors are surrounded by looming Douglas Firs and, while walking, will encounter the beautiful and loud Black Linn Falls.

Discover more via the Visit Aberfeldy website here.

4. Experience the arts

If you’re looking to soak up some local culture, there is plenty to see and do in Aberfeldy and neighbouring Pitlochry. The Birks Cinema is an award-winning single screen cinema in the heart of Aberfeldy. A 20 minute drive south to Pitlochry is home to Pitlochry Festival Theatre. Known as ‘Scotland’s theatre in the hills’ the theatre has an extensive programme of live shows for visitors to choose from. The Watermill is another cultural experience to explore while in Aberfeldy. An art gallery, bookshop and café, The Watermill holds a range of events through the year, from poetry readings for National Poetry Day to ceramic and pottery exhibitions.

5. A carpet of colour in the woods

If you are travelling to Aberfeldy from the south between mid-April and late May, a stop at Kinclaven Bluebell Wood is a must. Situated near Murthly about 25 miles from Moness, this beautiful carpet of bluebells is well known in the area as a beautifully vibrant site. It’s also a great spot for observing wildlife where red squirrels, pine martens and roe deer to name a few are regularly spotted. To explore Kinclaven Bluebell Wood visit the Woodland Trust website here click here.

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Spring Sale - 25% off midweek self-catering breaks

Short breaks including all the essentials including linen, crockery and utensils (plus onsite dining facilities). Free booking flexibility and book direct benefits.

  • Short breaks from £15.00 per person, per night based on a one bedroom cottage sleeping four
  • Short breaks from £19.67 per person, per night based on a one bedroom dog friendly cottage sleeping four
  • Short breaks from £18.94 per person, per night based on a three bedroom cottage sleeping eight
  • Short breaks from £22.97 per person, per night based on a three bedroom cottage with hot tub sleeping eight

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Flexible spring hotel breaks
If you are looking for a couples break to remember, you could choose to enjoy one of our deluxe hotel rooms.

  • One Night Midweek Hotel Breaks from £64.50 per person, inclusive of breakfast, £25 per person, per night to spend on items listed on our dinner menu and inclusive access to our leisure facilities.

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Small print
Spring sale valid midweek from mid April - June 2022 and is based on selected cottage types. Self-catering breaks are based on advance purchase rates where full pre-payment is taken at the time of booking. Self-catering breaks have a minimum stay of 2 nights. No discount is given for under occupancy. Spring midweek hotel offer is inclusive of £25 per person, per night dining credit to be used against dishes listed on the evening menu in the Flemmyng Restaurant. Drinks are charged seperately.Hotel breaks require credit card details to be taken to guarantee the reservation. Should you need to cancel 48 hours prior to arrival due to Covid-19 restrictions then we will put any credit towards a future stay. *Late checkout is subject to availability. Subject to availability, full terms on request.

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