Hawes Inn7 Newhalls Road
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Old coaching inn beneath the mighty Forth Bridge as featured in the writings of Robert Louis Stevenson. It has been modernised into a multi-roomed pub but with salvaged furniture and wooden beams creating an 'olde worlde' feel. Very food orientated, but with a drinking area near the bar and a small central snug with real fire. The menu has a good selection of country-pub style dishes available all day. NOTE: Opens at 7am for breakfasts but alcoholic drinks are not sold until 11am.