Spend a little time at Thyme
On the outskirts of Aberfeldy, Perthshire and up a long winding driveway, Errichel is not a place easy to stumble across; luckily, it is a destination well worth plugging into the sat-nav. After browsing their website, I was surprised not to find a sample menu. I am torn as to whether I am a fan of ‘going in blind’ as I get a lot of pleasure out of reading menus and whetting my appetite ahead of an evening out. On this occasion, however, I was incredibly glad I hadn’t seen anything beforehand as the menu was a delightful surprise. To read more of this review click here to download in PDF format >>> The Dundee Courier. Aug 2016
Highland break signed off in style.
After a week staying in a self-catering holiday cottage at Errichel Farm, around a mile south of Aberfeldy, we had fallen in love with the magnificent views, walks and fresh air. So what better way to spend our last night in Highland Perthshire than with a proper family meal at the Thyme at Errichel Restaurant? Just a 30-second walk from our cottage’s front door, it’s here that chef Paul Newman and his team aim to showcase the best in Scottish produce, sourcing quality local ingredients, along with flavours and influences from around the world. To read more of the review click here to download in PDF format >>> The Courier Magazine. Jan 2016
Herald Business Review 12 March 2018: Perthshire hill farm hospitality venture makes a mark on rural economy.
As Scotland's travel and hospitality businesses tackle the fall out from the bad weather caused by the Beast from the East, Rebecca Newman; an entrepreneur based in rural Perthshire says ministers must ease the VAT burden on young firms.
To read more click here >>> The Herald Scotland. Mar 2018