This 16th-century inn can be found at the head of the River Yealm, very close to Plymouth. It can be reached by both land and ... More
Old Ship Inn
This 16th-century inn can be found at the head of the River Yealm, very close to Plymouth. It can be reached by both land and water and is very popular with yachtsmen. The non-smoking restaurant, with 50 covers, is immaculate with a great choice of English home cooking. They use only local fresh produce, including fish, pork, lamb, game and garden vegetables. The menu always includes some vegetarian choices and is well known for its interesting pasta concoctions. Its excellent and varied wine list complements the food well. The bar specializes in well kept ales and also does a wide range of food. In warm weather you can drink on the patio with scenic views of the boats on the water.
Reputedly Edinburgh's oldest pub, Sheep's Heid has been at the same spot since 1360. It is in the middle of
pretty Duddingston Village, alongside some of the most desirable property in the city, and makes an evocative end to ...
Right on the side of the water, just a 15 minute walk from the city center along the docks, this
place is at its best in the summer months, when people enjoy their pints sitting in the sun, legs ...