- This old establishment was built in the late 18th century and was frequented by Robert Louis Stevenson. Its vaulted cellars, wooden casks, mahogany gantry and stone features gives it an old-world charm. This pub has a comfy, pipe 'n' slippers feel to it during the daytime - something it manages despite being a large place. In the evenings it bursts into life with a youthful crowd. There are local bands on twice a week — jazz or soul on Wednesdays, and rock on Saturdays. The large selection of beers and whiskies ensures that when the bands aren't playing, it's always humming with the clink of glasses and the sound of chatter.
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