By day it's no more than a colourful local bar, with a ceiling covered in maritime flags and walls adorned with scruffy life jackets and buoys acquired from visiting sailors. Free Wifi. The only down side we felt was the abscence of a wardrobe and full length mirror.
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The bar is small in size, but check out the upstairs balcony, which offers a view of the downstairs seating area. Do you need to present an Identification Card when visiting this attraction? In many cruising areas there are malicious people who take the opportunity to steal valuables.
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Thank Kimmykimkim Write a review. Date of experience: July AlanBrownEdinburgh 2, forum posts. The only fly in the ointment really is that they charge you to use a debit card. Dogs are also welcomed but, due their licence restrictions, children under 5 years are not allowed but people under 18 are allowed until 8pm if accompanied by a responsible adult.