Driftwood bed and breakfast is in the tiny village of Pennan, made famous with the film "Local Hero".
It is nestled at the foot of impossing cliffs, away from the main roads and the bustle of everyday life. Pennan has a small harbour where the only fishing boat "May Lilly" still goes out to catch Lobster and crabs. The sun setting in the evening is a truly breathtaking sight, as are the beautiful evening skys.
Driftwood bed and breakfast has sea views, an exceptionally comfortable four poster bed that guarantees a good nights sleep, en-suite spa bath and shower, digital tv, hairdryer, Wi-Fi and tea/coffee making facilities. Travel cot supplied on request with no charge.
Breakfast is served upstairs in the lounge again with stunning sea views. You can have a full Scottish cooked breakfast or continental. If you have special requirments let me know ahead of your stay and I will do my best to cater for you.
Pennan is a very special place and once you have been you will want to come back.
Four poster bed.
Pennan bank head
Evening sky Pennan
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
Pet Facilities: Pets are not allowed.
Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. Just phone ahead of your stay and I will try and source what you require.
Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
From the south via A96: Follow signs to Macduff, then to Gardenstown, do not go into gardenstown carry on along that road for approx 3 miles till you come to the sign on your left to Pennan.
From Aberdeen direction: Follow signs to Mintlaw then New Pitsligo on to the A98 and take the first left as soon as you get on to the A98, just carry on along that road for approx 4 miles till you come to the crossroads that takes you staright across down into Pennan.