Aberfeldy Watermill Book Shop has become an institution that touches everyone no matter how short their visit, opened in 2005 by Michael Palin, it is a must when you visit the area.
Awarded UK Independent Bookshop of the Year in 2009 – what an accolade for a small highland town to have? It caters for all budgets.
If you are looking for something specific, get in touch email@example.com they will be happy to try and help you.
When you visit - make sure you explore all three levels, it is too easy to look at the books and rooms at the main entrance door, (make sure you look in all the rooms) and then head for the café. Upstairs is the art gallery and in the basement is the excellent café serving light lunches as well as cakes, teas and excellent coffee.
Next door you will find Homer their home ware shop, a wonderful collection of decorative accessories and home essentials and around the corner is furniture selling new and vintage furniture, lighting and rugs.
In the Watermill Gallery there are regular exhibitions as well as a collection of limited edition fine art prints, which are also on line
Cafe opening times are the same as The Watermill (10am-5pm, 5.30pm in summer, open at 11 on Sundays) except 'last orders' for food and hot drinks is half an hour before Watermill closing.
The Aberfeldy Watermill Book Shop is a modest publishing house with titles ranging from the History of Aberfeldy to Winter in Glen Lyon.
You will find the Aberfeldy Watermill Book Shop, just off the main street, behind the bright red MacDonald Butchers Shop, drive down the lane to get to its private car park.
Open 7 days all year - 10am - 5.00pm (5.30pm April-October). From 11am on Sundays.
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