We visited this wonderful old pub on our way to Peggy's Cove on a beautiful sunny morning in September. It was busy- always a good sign - but we found a table on the decking overlooking the harbour ; the staff, although run off their feet, remained calm and cheerful and produced some very welcome drinks with only slight delay; the lunch was excellent, especially the seafood chowder which one of our party of 4 had; the fish was also excellent as was the Caesar salad. The inside of the pub was wonderfully atmospheric- although we just walked through , we could imagine great evenings of food , drink and bonhomie. The' washrooms' were named Buoys and Mermaids in tribute presumably to the seaside location - might I suggest Buoys and Gulls instead??!!
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