Having struggled down the steep cobbled hill for about 20 minutes I stopped here to have my lunch. This is about half way down the route to the harbour. It has a small garden with a view of the sea and a few tables inside. I ordered a cream tea. It was £6.50 not the cheapest but hey its a tourist place. It was delicious and a nice pot of tea which was in a kettle. There is only one place to eat at the bottom and so this is a good place to stop as it is crowded down there which you would not know till you got there.
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