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Certificate of Excellence
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Pennan Inn has some of the more flavorful food in the area and they make their own tartar sauce unlike anyone else which is kind of sad. It's gorgeous on the outside and the view of the cliff and the sea is out of a...More
We ordered drinks at the bar but no crisps nor nuts could be purchased though we could order a meal in the restaurant. As we had food ready at home but not having eaten all day we ordered 3 starters but asked could we eat...More
We had an excellent meal today - 3 courses plus wine and beer for £64. The staff were delightful, very chatty and helpful but not intrusive. Pennan is well worth a visit, lovely old harbour and beach surrounded by cliffs. Just one line of houses...More
Lovely Sunday lunch . Beautiful location - world renowned. Friendly and helpful staff from booking to billing.
Good bar. Food very tasty . The combination of local scottish dishes and Thai cuisine worked well for our group.
Worth making the trip .
A visit to Pennan has been on my bucket list,so to speak,of places to go due to my love of the film 'Local Hero' where the village scenes were shot here.
I came with my son on a quiet morning in December,nobody about,looking at the...More