Cafe

The Café is the hub of The Watermill.  


Throughout the three levels you can hear the clinking of crockery and smell the aroma of our own blend of Fairtrade coffee. When you can resist it no longer, come down to the ground floor and find yourself a table or a sofa.

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.

Savoury and sweet food

Choose from a selection including sandwiches made on freshly baked ciabatta, homemade soup and organic bread, or a daily special. 

We try to ensure that out produce is locally sourced and organic.  Our cakes are made by a local patissier and the soup and daily specials in house.

Delicious drinks - hot and cold

We pride ourselves in serving only the finest Fairtrade teas and coffees.  Our espresso beans are roast to order for us and we grind no more than an hour before serving.

If tea is more your thing, try one of our 14 flavours including green and black leaf teas, fruit and herb infusions and even Jasmine Dragon Pearls.

Take a seat and enjoy

The team loves coming up with ideas to suit the season so you can enjoy iced coffee on the terrace in summer or warming broth by the fire in winter.  If you're feeling spoilt for choice, we are happy to make suggestions.

Attention to detail is important.  Coffee takes time to make well so if you have to wait, be assured that your coffee is being prepared by a stickler for perfection.

We get very busy at certain times of year, so to avoid disappointment please ring us on 01887 822896 to reserve a table.

Where To Find Us

We are open seven days a week 10-5pm (11-5pm Sunday). Mill Street, Aberfeldy, PH15 2BG. 01887 822896

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Up and Coming Events

Friday 4th Mar (19.00)

The Dragonfly Friendly Gardener book launch

Described by Chris Packham as "One of Britain's greatest living naturalists" Ruary MacKenzie Dodds launches his new book - the essential guide to creating a beautiful garden haven for dragonflies.

Wednesday 16th Mar (19.00)

Beneath the Ice - Kenneth Steven book launch

Beneath the Ice tells the fascinating story of the Sami - the indigenous people of the Scandinavian Arctic. They have carved out an existence rich in tradition, where the old ways of reindeer herding, shamanic belief and the veneration of bears have not yet been forgotten. Kenneth Steven celebrates this unique culture in a collection of essays that chronicle his own lifelong love affair with the north, and his own encounters with the Sami.

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Posted: Tue 20th Oct

There- we've said it! As usual we were cautious about putting Christmas 'things' on display too soon but now we have relented to customer demands. So we've got the diaries, calendars and advent calendars on display. Great new books are flooding in thick and fast. Next door Homer is stacked out with great gifts ideas of family, friends, yourself and above all your home!

New Books Flooding In

Posted: Tue 20th Oct

Current top sellers include Bill Bryson's 'Road to Little Dribbling', the eagerly awaited latest Robert Harris novel 'Dictator', Edmund de Waal's 'White Road'. New Scottish titles include 'Railway Atlas of Scotland' and 'St Kilda': The Last Isle'.

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