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The Rising Tide Brasserie, Cork

Beside the tidal estuary of the River Lee     About the place: The award-winning Rising Tide Brasserie is in the village of Glounthaune, beside the tidal estuary of the River Lee, just 10 minutes east of Cork. Ratings: Disagree

Deasy’s Restaurant, Ring, Clonakilty

Great seafood with views of Clonakilty Bay     About the place: Deasy’s Harbour Bar and Seafood Restaurant is near the pier in the village of Ring, near Clonakilty. It is well-known for its high-quality, innovative seafood dishes.  Clonakilty Bay

Ferry Inn, Salcombe

Great views across the estuary     About the place: The Ferry Inn is located on the waterfront, right by the jetty for the Portlemouth and Kingsbridge ferries.  The lower level bar opens on to a sheltered waterside terrace with excellent

Ship Inn, Langstone Harbour

Overlooking a nature reserve     About the place: Originally a mill, The Ship Inn is a country pub in the finest traditions – offering locally caught seafood, a comprehensive drinks menu and an opportunity to relax outside while watching

Saltholme Cafe, Middlesborough

Panoramic views in the heart of Teeside     About the place: The Cafe at RSPB Saltholme is set in the new, state-of-the-art visitor centre and has large windows, affording panoramic views of the surrounding wetlands.  The reserve is a

Waterside Coffee Shop, Conwy

On the banks of the Conwy estuary    (Thanks to Bill Pearson for Photos 1 and 2)   About the place: The Waterside Coffee Shop at the RSPB’s Conwy reserve has huge picture windows looking across the lagoon and across to