05 Aug Hole in the Wall

Top 7 Scottish Pubs While Scotland may not command the respect that Ireland does in terms of pubs, it still boasts a respectable pub culture. And of course, while it’s incredibly difficult to do so, Panrimo has compiled a list of Scotland’s best pubs. Whether it’s in a nook down the street or one of the most recognized establishments in the city (or even country), you’ll always have a good time bellying up to the bar and grabbing a drink at each of Panrimo’s top 7 favorite pubs! 7.) Applecross Inn [caption id="attachment_969" align="aligncenter" width="347"] An apple a day keeps the doctor away, does drinking here daily count?[/caption] http://www.applecross.uk.com/inn/images/inn.jpg One of Scotland’s more remote pubs, you won’t be disappointed making the trek out to this inn. Located in Applecross on the far West side of Scotland and overlooking the water to the Isle of Skye, you’ll reach Applecross after passing through Britain’s highest mountain pass, Bealllach na Ba. But once you arrive, you’ll find a quaint little inn with a beautiful waterside location, plenty of great food, and fresh beer on draught. 6.) The Anderson [caption id="attachment_970" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Turret room = win.[/caption] http://media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-s/01/2e/43/60/the-building.jpg Located just outside Inverness in Fortrose, the Anderson has picked up several culinary awards throughout Scotland. In addition to over 100 Belgian beers to choose from, the Anderson has also recently unveiled Knitting Nights, where skilled knitters or even beginners can kick back, pick up their needles, and enjoy a pint as well. 5.) The Halfway House [caption...

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