Pennan Village is situated in north eastern Scotland about an hour's drive north of Aberdeen. It is one of the country's prettiest fishing villages, located on the beautiful Morayshire Coast, which enjoys its own 'micro-climate'. Nestling at the base of dramatic cliffs, there are a number of quaint cottages, all 'listed' within a conservation area and situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Moray Firth coastline, which stretches all the way to Inverness, has recently been nominated by 'National Geographic' as one of the top ten coastal areas in the world!
Pennan is famous for the making of the 1980s cult movie "Local Hero" and the iconic red phone box still remains on the seafront, as does the Pennan Inn, just 100 metres from the cottage, serving excellent food and drink.
Rockpool is a cosy fishermen's cottage, recently renovated to a high standard, sleeping up to 4 people. The cottage is set back from the sea and has a quiet, sheltered courtyard with a seating area, where the waves can be seen lapping the shore.
From the village, there are fantastic walks and coastal scenery. Sandy beaches, together with an RSPB Nature Reserve at Troup Head are nearby. There are also golf courses, numerous castles, fishing and boat trips for whale and dolphin watching, whiskey distilleries and other visitor attractions within a short distance.
Sitting room and galley kitchen.
Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom (bath and overhead shower).
Twin bedded room with wash-hand basin and in addition, a separate cloakroom with WC and wash-hand basin.
Central heating is by oil-fired Rayburn and there is a multi fuel stove in the lounge.
Facilities include: electric oven and new ceramic 4-ring hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, washing machine and tumble dryer, TV/CD/DVD.
Included in price: heating, hot water, bed linen (duvets) and towels.