St Abbs, is just a stone's throw from the quaint Scottish Border fishing village of Eyemouth. Nestled perfectly on the quay, Ebbcarrs Cafe is housed in what was once someone’s cottage in times gone by, but it couldn’t be better situated in my opinion. Serving a wide selection of fresh fish, straight off the boat, you can’t get any fresher than that! Cullen Skunk, Lobster and fish chowder, just to name but a few of the many delicacies that you’ll find on Ebbcarrs menu and the cafe's owner, Kellyann and her friendly team are on hand to make sure your culinary experience is a positive one. For those of you that are just looking for a quick coffee or tea stop, Rachel has a large selection of cakes, scones and other sweet treats for you to choose from, you’d be hard pushed not to find something to wet your appetite!- Top 100 Review
, St Abbs,
Eyemouth, Berwickshire , TD14 5PW
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Eyemouth Rib Trips
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Home Arms Guest House
Being a family run business, the Home Arms is part of three guest accommodations within Eyemouth and being that good, I had to feature them all.
The Ship’s Quarters
Number two in this families portfolio, is that of the Ships Quarters. Situated above the local pub, The Ship, the six rooms that they have here are a great example