This was a neat find on what you would call a 'rainy' day out. The pub is very old-world with plenty of wood and tucked-away corners. We called late lunch time and it was quiet at that point but the staff were very welcoming and made us feel at home. The food was very good with an excellent selection of menu standards and chalkboard specials - the specials being mainly local seafood of which this part of the country is especially blessed. The pub also does accommodation which looks very nice indeed.
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