In reply to Jason:
The food at the Pilot is great. And the reserve is excellent in spring and summer when there's the added bonus of reptiles and insects to see. The sea is worth a look all year round, especially the 'Patch' - where the power station's warm outflow attracts lots of fish, which attract loads of gulls (and terns, in the late spring/summer/early autumn).
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In reply to aiki:
when I stayed there ( 70's before I got barred) the Pilot only did fish and chips basically. Food trip was once a week and cost about £2. I used to shop in Lade or Greatstone I think.
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In reply to seymouraves:
What did you do before you got barred, S? lol
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