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Read all about it quaint book shops part 2

August 4, 2017

THE WATERMILL AND HOMER

The Watermill was opened in 2005 by Michael Palin, less than two years after owners Kevin and Jayne Ramage first viewed the derelict but enchanting listed mill building with the idea of creating a place to pursue a passion for books, music, art and coffee. The bookshop has the largest range of titles in the Scottish highlands.
They were awarded UK Independent Bookshop of the Year in 2009 on the merit of our variety, customer service and events we host to promote reading.

The Watermill range is extensive with local interest and Scottish history, fiction, young adult fiction, poetry, travel writing, gardening, cookery, history and much more.

Inside The Watermill you will find a whole room of books for children. They often hold children’s book events as they are very popular

Browsing books in The Watermill with a coffee and cake sounds very inviting indeed.

The Watermill not only sells books but it also has its own art gallery and homeware shop.

The New Yorker has included The Watermill in a book of the ’75 Greatest Bookshops in the World’.  Among bookshops from San Francisco to Venice (via Aberfeldy) came after recomendation from Michael Palin.

In the café you can enjoy fine teas and coffee with something sweet or savoury from their menu whilst you browse the books or ponder a purchase. Their music section stocks CDs and sheet music. 

The Watermill is open seven days a week 10-5pm (11-5pm Sunday). The adddress is  Mill Street, Aberfeldy, PH15 2BG. 01887 822896

If you would like to write to The Watermill write to: The Watermill, Mill Street, Aberfeldy, Perthshire PH15 2BG

You can even join their mailing list to keep up to date with what’s going on at The Watermill.
To find out more email: bookshop@aberfeldywatermill.com
Twitter@thewatermill

 

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