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The Ship Inn

An upmarket seaside pub in an appealing East Neuk village offering simple but stylish bedrooms, stick-to-your-ribs food, cosy fires for rainy days, a beach-side bar for when the sun comes out and the only pub cricket pitch in the UK that depends on the tide.
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