Pier House HotelThe Quay
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This formerly was a very small, cosy pub but has now been gutted internally and opened out by its brewery owners into a large restaurant and bar. It is also a hotel, originally built as two farm cottages in 1794. Sitting right beside the coastal path, it has an outside patio affording spectacular views across the harbour and out to sea. Meals are served in the hotel's spacious restaurant as well as in the pub; food is available 12:00-14:00 and 18:00-21:30 (all day during summer). However you can get a drink in the pub during 'closed' afternoons if you go into the restaurant side for a cream tea, etc. The hotel has 28 ensuite rooms available, many with sea or harbour views. Ownership is the same as the Harbourside Inn, which is effectively an extension of the same business.