Powmill is a village in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. It lies at the junction of the A823 and A977 roads at the south-west of the region, approximately 5 miles south-west of Kinross and 5 miles east of Dollar. The village has a small Milk Bar which is popular with travellers. It also had a hotel called The Gartwhinzean until it burned down in 2012.
The Milk Bar
The village has a small milk bar which serves hot meals and snacks. It also sells jams and other local produce. Beside the milk barn there is a small garden centre and a gift shop. The milk barn is a popular stop for tourists who are travelling to St Andrews.
Powmill Village Store
Powmill Village Stores is a new family run business in the Village, it is a convenience store and serving award-winning pies and cakes from Stuart's the Baker. Varieties of juices, fresh bean coffee, slush and fresh filled rolls served all day. It is a good spot for locals and travellers. Visit Facebook page "Powmill Village Stores".
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