One of Aberdeen’s oldest historic properties, Hazlehead Park was originally part of the hunting forests of Stocket. Gifted in 1319 to the city by King Robert the Bruce, the park today contains two memorial rose gardens, two golf courses, a maze, children’s playground and many more facilities.

The town is also home to Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery which is open throughout the year.

The heritage exhibition is also worth a visit where you can learn more about John Dewar & Sons. You can also enjoy the unique experience of Aberfeldy Watermill, a bookshop, café and gallery housed in a listed former watermill.