What a delight this pretty, traditional pub is - although now predictably popular with a young set who bring life and plenty of noise at busy times, it is a friendly and welcoming place without a sense of cliquishness so even the first time visitor will feel very much at home sipping a pint or a glass of whiskey in the bar or a little room at the back that feels as if it hasn't changed in fifty years.
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A covered area with outside seating and views of the working harbour just across the road beckons customers in to this nautically themed café-bar and, inside, window tables in the bright front rooms also offer harbour views. Further back, the main interior space ...
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