In pictures: 8 of Scotland's most remote pubs

Scotland is home to some of the most remote bars and pubs that can be found anywhere in the UK.

(Picture: TSPL). St Kilda: The Puff Inn
Even more remote than the The Old Forge, the Puff Inn can be found 100 miles off the west coast of mainland Scotland on Hirta Island. Referred to as the islands at the edge of the world, the St. Kilda archipelago is home to MOD staff working at a missile monitoring station and occasionally volunteers from the national trust as the islands inhabitants were evacuated (at their own request) in 1930. The Puff Inn was originally built as a canteen for military staff in the 1960s and these days has a clientele of around 20 people.
(Picture: TSPL). St Kilda: The Puff Inn Even more remote than the The Old Forge, the Puff Inn can be found 100 miles off the west coast of mainland Scotland on Hirta Island. Referred to as the islands at the edge of the world, the St. Kilda archipelago is home to MOD staff working at a missile monitoring station and occasionally volunteers from the national trust as the islands inhabitants were evacuated (at their own request) in 1930. The Puff Inn was originally built as a canteen for military staff in the 1960s and these days has a clientele of around 20 people.

Many of these watering holes can only be accessed on foot or by boat, but those who make the effort usually end up finding their drinking experience is just that little bit more rewarding.

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