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 voted by "National Geographic" as one of the top ten coastal areas in the world!!
In addition, Pennan's claim to fame is its association with the film "Local Hero" starring Burt Lancaster, filmed on location in the village in the 1980s. The iconic red telephone box remains as does the beautiful Pennan Inn, where excellent food is available in the bar or restaurant.
Rockpool is a stunning 200 year old fisherman's cottage, set back a few yards from the seafront, with sea views just outside the front door. It has been recently upgraded, to incorporate all modern comforts, whilst retaining its traditional features. The wood burning stove together with the Rayburn, which automatically controls the central heating, ensure the cottage is warm and cosy.