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Scotland's Most Remote Pub

The waterway to the Old Forge Pub overlooks Europe's Last Wilderness, and the very pub pleases with strong ale, langoustines, and live music

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In addition to abundant wildlife​ and stunning scenery, the Knoydart peninsula is famed for hospitable people and the most remote pub in Britain. The most popular order in the Old Forge Pub includes a pint of microbrew ale and a plate of langoustines.

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Everyone may bring their own fiddle and join the live music performance. Though you can get there by foot, by bus, or train; to ensure the most memorable impression it is preferable to use a ferry, as a water trip along the Scottish west coast renowned as "Europe's Last Wilderness" is really invaluable. The ferry trips run daily from Monday to Friday between April and October. The fee for adults is £15.

Famous a plate of langoustines
Famous a plate of langoustines

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