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This is a small, friendly pub in an attractive working fishing village, featuring old village photographs; it is very convenient for the scenic coastal path. Home-cooked food includes locally-caught fish. The pub has a separate dining room and disabled toilets. This is a good place to stay in the heart of the Roseland peninsula; ensuite accommodation includes 1 double and 1 twin for B&B, and a self-catering cottage. Car parking is limited.