The Ship

Eating Out in Berwickshire

The Ship
Author's Review

The Ship has been a long standing pub in the town of Eyemouth for well over a hundred of years and has always been the hub of the community since it first opened its doors back at the beginning of the 18th Century. After being highly recommended to me, I thought I would eat there on the night of my stay and I have to say the fish and chips I was served were simply out of this world, in fact if anything the fish was too big, but I'd rather that, than it be just too small! It also has to be said that the couple who run this great little pub, Andrea & Justin, really do work their socks off and the night I visited, the other food that came out, also looked fantastic! So, no trip to this region is complete, without a visit to the Ship.

 

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Harbour Road,
Eyemouth, Berwickshire, TD14 5HT

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