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Prettiest Holiday Coastal Town/village with a pub in England/Wales!

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So looking to spend a week somewhere on the coast where we can boot a small cottage in a village with a pub and maybe a restaurant or two if possible (or a fish a chip place!) and enjoy reall pretty scenic views.

We are pretty open as to where!!! it may even be finding the perfect little cottage for 2 that dictates the location so any cottage recommendations also much appreciated. We don't need activities as such, just prettiness!

We stayed in Polperro off season a few years back in cornwall and this was perfect as was right at coast, had a few pubs and some shops and restaurants. Off season we found this place great and our next trip will also be out of main season...maybe March. Happy to go back to cornwall or all the way up to the yorkshire coast...very flexible on this,

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