This immaculately maintained black-and-white painted inn is 300 years old and has been run by the McAlpin family since 1972. It’s a characterful, country style place with rustic furniture, cottagey plates and old prints decorating the walls - more like a traditional bar than a restaurant.
Seasonal menus offer a choice of about six starters (mostly seafood) and ten main courses, including several cold dishes and two vegetarian ones, again all moderately priced.
Specialities include a generous and reasonably priced seafood platter - and a terrific home-made seafood pie that many regulars travel here especially to enjoy.
All meals come with brown soda bread and butter, and a side salad - and a nice little wine list includes a choice of eight moderately priced wines.