The Ship Inn (Fife) Reviews
Description:The Toft, Elie, Fife, Scotland. Tel. 01333 330246
Newest Review: ... from the main road through this small fishing town, and there is ample parking along the road that leads down to the harbour itself. Booking in advance is to be recommended, for even at lunchtime on a weekday, The Ship Inn is packed with guests. However, arriving unannounced in the summer is no disaster, as although you will have to wait for a table, you can sit out in the beer garden ... more
Customer The Ship Inn (Fife) Reviews (2)
by tony felton - written on 09/02/08
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by - written on 26/10/00, updated on 26/10/00 (Very useful, 443 readings)
This pub has developed a reputation as one of the best places to go for a meal in the East Neuk of Fife, and with good reason. It has the advantage of a beautiful location, nestling at the bottom of a slope overlooking the still waters of Elie harbour, this hostelry is well signposted from the main road through this small fishing town, and there is ample parking along the road that leads down to the harbour itself. Booking in advance is to be recommended, for even at lunchtime on a weekday, The Ship Inn is packed with guests. However, arriving unannounced in the summer is no disaster, as although you will have to wait for a table, you can sit out in the beer ... Read the complete review
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