I guess unless you get lost the only reason you will end up at the end of the road is the location and the pub. The adjacent hill was large and I was assured there were excellent views from the top as I sat trying to get through a very large ploughmans in one of three smallish bars. We made the mistake of having four ploughman(two types a three cheese one and ham,scotch egg and pork pie) plus a couple of large bowls of chips between 4. We struggled! The anchor has palmers beer on the handpumps which is ok but not spectacular as a brew. However beer was well kept. The pub has a standard menu and a specials board. The fresh fish that day was whiting.
Well worth making a detour to walk along this stretch of coast and stop in for a snack.
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