Phone: 01346 561201
Situated in the tiny fishing village of Pennan, the hotel is positioned directly on the seafront, 40 miles north of Aberdeen. The fantastic location makes this an ideal base to explore the Banffshire coast.
The Pennan Inn and the iconic red phonebox was made famous by the hit 1983 film Local Hero.
In which an American oil company sends a man to Scotland to buy up an entire village where they want to build a refinery. But things don't go as expected.
Our charming restaurant has an wood burning stove, exposed brick and a beamed ceiling for a rustic traditional feel.
The chef has a passion for using some of the finest local ingredients. Our menu is small, however changes on a regular basis, much like the Scottish weather!
For guests staying the night a full Scottish breakfast is provided in the morning.
Please click here for a sample menu
Compact sized, double room with compact ensuite. Tea and coffee making facilites and free basic WIFI.
Mid sized, double room with compact ensuite. Tea and coffee making facilites and free basic WIFI.
The Pennan Inn closed for business in August 2007. During September 2009, Peter & Nikki Simpson bought the hotel and reopened for business on the 4th October 2009.
During our 6 years at the hotel we have renovated most parts of the hotel. The whole upstairs has been decorated and even a some brick walls have been rebuilt that were partially collapsed! We have slowly upgraded the bedrooms, kitchen, ventilation, fire alarm, windows, electrics and many other unseen parts of the building.
As we enter our 7th year our work to the accommodation has been mainly completed. We will continue our aim of providing excellent customer service and serving delicious food in a cosy and friendly atmosphere.
Pennan inn closed 2007
We are situated directly on the seafront in the beautiful costal town of Pennan.