City of London68-70 High Street
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A 16th century building which was initially built as a coaching inn and renamed the City of London, rumour has it that this was after a ship of the same name was blown over the seawall and collided with the inn in 1775. The pub remains a memorial to those who died and was repaired with the ships timbers. The building which is on two levels has been refurbished to provide a friendly local pub in the centre of this smugglers village. The bar is on the top level, the lower area originally being the stables is now a brasserie and open Thursday-Saturday evenings but this is strictly bookings only.