Our B&B was away from the village, but the owners suggested the Bellachroy for our first evening meal. The inn is the oldest anywhere on the island, and it didn't lack character. Service was friendly, menu offered choice, food was good, and all-in-all the inn can be recommended. .
The only reason we didn't go back for a second visit was because we were only on the island for a few days and wanted to sample some of the numerous other eateries..
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