Offers Over, £350,000
Pennan Inn, Pennan, Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire
It is with great pleasure that CCL offer for sale the Pennan Inn, a delightful Village Inn with a rustic restaurant, cosy bar and 6 newly refurbished ensuite letting rooms. The Pennan Inn is located in the beautiful coastal village of Pennan, right on the sea front with stunning views over the bay and the Moray Firth beyond. The Pennan Inn, and iconic red phone box have been made famous by the 1983 film “Local Hero” which sees visitors from all over the world come to see. The business is in excellent order throughout and ready for new owners to make their mark. http://www.thepennaninn.co.uk/.
Idyllic location & stunning views
30 cover restaurant
Private dining room
6 double ensuite letting rooms
Staff bedroom with shower and private toilet
Great business opportunity
Featured in the 1983 film “Local Hero”
2 Bed House available by separate negotiation.
Offers over £350,000
Pennan is a charming single street village located at the bottom of a steep winding road at the foot of the north facing cliffs with views across the Moray Firth. A traditional fishing village it still maintains a small Harbour that is now mainly used for leisure craft. The village is a haven of tranquility and an area with some outstanding natural wildlife, including colonies of birds dolphins, seals and even the occasional whale can be seen out at sea. Pennan was the set location for the 1983 film Local Hero. The iconic red phone box is located just outside the Inn. Shopping facilities and other amenities are available at nearby Banff (10 miles) and Fraserburgh (12 miles). Primary and secondary schooling is available in Banff. Aberdeen (44 miles) with its international airport and rail link is approximately 45 minutes' drive away. Pennan has a unique atmosphere and character only experienced by visiting it.
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