Olde Jolly Sailor46 Northumberland Place
Set back from the street by a spacious patio area, this is reputedly a 12th-century inn, which in one form or another has been selling alcohol since 1166. The cosy and comfortable interior is essentially three areas, with beamed ceilings, stone walls (with open fire places), and perimeter banquette seating with tables, etc. At the rear of the premises there is a further patio with floral hanging baskets, and a sheltered smokers retreat, which has a relief mural of the 'Ness'. There are fine views across the fish quay, of boats in the estuary and Shaldon's shoreline.