Pennan is a beautiful little seaside village made famous from the eighties film, Local Hero, where a business man falls for the charm and pace of life the village has to offer.
The House has been decorated to the highest standard throughout with wood panelled walls, original beams and beautiful open stonework. The highest quality soft furnishings and fittings have been used to give the house a stunning interior and luxury finish.
Pennan is located on the moray coast and was made famous by Bill Forsyth’s 1983 film, Local Hero. It’s a traditional Scottish fishing village with just one single street, the Pennan Inn restaurant & pub and lovely 18thcentury harbour which a few small boats still use today.
The Wee House sleeps two and is available to book all year round. The house is available on a nightly basis with a minimum 3 night stay required. Alternatively the house can be booked for a full 7 nights.