Lufra Hotel and Apartments
Doporučuje 6 místních
The lufra bistro and restaurant has really reliable and tasty pub style food. While the decor is dated the setting and view is beautiful.
With the feel of a traditional seafront hotel, the Lufra does a good roast dinner, alongside fantastic water views and a nice selection of local wine. The Tessellated Pavement is right outside.
A great place to go for lunch or dinner with stunning views over Pirates Bay. Can recommend the Seafood Banquet held at lunch time every Sunday.
Sunday lunch seafood buffet (books out quickly in summer holidays). Cafe open at other times as advertised.
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