Fisherman's Tavern Hotel

Inn in Broughty Ferry, Tayside (Angus)

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10-16 Fort Street
Broughty Ferry

Fisherman's Tavern Hotel, Broughty Ferry

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Welcome to the Fisherman's Tavern Hotel - licensed since 1827 this terrace of seaside cottages has now been sympathetically restored. In addition to the prestigious awards won for the quality of the Fishermans Taverns Hotels real ale and wine The Fish recently gained EatScotland accreditation for Excellence in bar food - recommended by Consumers Association Which? and AA acclaimed for fresh seafood.Not only is The Fisherman's Tavern hotel one of the most renowned pubs in the East of Scotland but it also boasts some recently refurbished guest rooms. Residents of The Fishermans Tavern Hotel are sure to appreciate our new en-suite bathrooms tastefully designed to blend in with the character of their surroundings and created with your comfort in mind.Your traditional Scottish breakfast is served in the Breakfast room and a Guest Lounge is also provided.

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