With the wonderful festive period upon us it seems an ideal time to reflect on the year past and showcase some of the exciting plans for the future here at Taymouth Marina. As mentioned in our previous blog post “An open letter to our loyal customers”, 2021 was a really tough year for us and the wider hospitality industry. While it’s been a difficult year there has also been some glorious highlights. Notably our Sunset Sessions featuring the return of live music with Katee Kross and John Rush and the beautiful revamp of our Ferryman’s Inn restaurant at the start of November.grieved for loved ones, they have lost their livelihoods, friends and family have been forced to return to their homelands and the entire globe has been forced to shut down and adjust to a whole new normal.
Come explore Scotland’s larder in the heart of Perthshire…Loch Tay Not only is Loch Tay one of the most beautiful areas to visit, it’s also one of the tastiest. It’s host to some incredible small food and drinks producers as well as many high quality restaurants, cafes and bars.
grieved for loved ones, they have lost their livelihoods, friends and family have been forced to return to their homelands and the entire globe has been forced to shut down and adjust to a whole new normal.
It’s more than just music… it’s a shared emotion, a reverberation through your bones, a collective moment of joy. These days it’s a symbol of hope, of a return to life as we once knew it.
In this busy climate we need to learn to take a little time for ourselves, to slow down. Our phones and wifi allow us to be constantly connected yet people are lonelier and more distant than ever. According to Google data in 2021 ‘burnout’ searches have been incredibly high, increasing by over 150% from the previous year. The term ‘parental burnout’ was also a breakout topic as pressures on parents grew again particularly in the third lockdown.