At The Watermill we are passionate about books. 

We were voted UK Independent Bookshop of the Year in 2008-09 and continue to improve on what we were awarded for:

a wide choice of books, friendly and knowledgable staff, events, and thoughtful displays.

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

It is a dream bookshop, a treasure house of riches and surprises ...a haven for lovers of the printed word


Carla Carlisle, The Spectator

We love to start habits early so we've got a whole room of books for children.

Dorothy and Sally are always happy to help you find what you are looking for and to make recommendations. We can order books we don't have in stock and they usually arrive the next day.

Featured Books

Winter in Glen Lyon by Jamie Grant

Runner-up in the Scotland's Favourite Photo Nature Book award. A high quality hardback book revealing Glen Lyon in all its winter glory. With landscapes of winter days and moody mists, the local people at work and play, Scotland longest glen is brought to life through the eye of local resident and photographer Jamie Grant. 

Hardback, 128 pages 109 black & white photographs. SPECIAL PRICE - SAVE £10 - NOW £15 (was £25) post £2.75 per order UK, Europe and surface worldwide £11 per copy, air £18 per copy)


An Eye on the World by David Peat

Published by The Watermill, in memory of photographer and film-maker David Peat. The Watermill Gallery held the first exhibition of David's street photography Through the Looking Glass shortly before cancer claimed his life in 2012, The exhibition received coverage worldwide and is the inspiration for this book.

Images in the book range from shadows on the walls of Sydney Opera house to the streets of Ecuador and street parades in Barcelona to the sternly admonishing looks of two women in Mallorca. 

152 pages hardback, with 70 black and white photographs, duotone printing. SPECIAL PRICE - SAVE £10 - WAS £20 NOW £10 


Aberfeldy: The History of a Highland Community

Published by the Watermill Bookshop.

The result of two years research and writing by Ruary Mackenzie Dodds, this is a full-length history from the Ice Ages right up to 2010 and covering the area from Glen Lyon to Logierait.



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Watermill Gallery at Edinburgh Art Fair

Posted: Wed 8th Oct

We will be exhibiting at Edinburgh Art Fair 14-16 November. Classic modern prints including Hepworth, Pasmore, Picasso. Also contemporary Scottish artists. More details to follow...

Winter Words programmes at The Watermill

Posted: Sun 26th Jan

You can pick up copies of the programme for the Winter Words Literature Festival from The Watermill. The Festival is at Pitlochry Theatre from 14-22 Feb and includes Jamie Grant talking about his book 'Winter in Glen Lyon', published by The Watermill.

Jamie Grant Winter in Glen Lyon talk at JMT

Posted: Wed 6th Nov

Jamie Grant is giving an illustrated talk about his book Winter in Glen Lyon this Saturday 9th of November at the John Muir Trust in Pitlochry, at 11.30 and again at 2.30. He will be showing lots of images and chatting about this ten year long project to capture the landscapes, people and spirit of Scotland’s longest glen.

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