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Jolly Fisherman, Craster


The Jolly Fisherman is a pub and restaurant located on Haven Hill in Craster. It was established by Charles Archbold in 1847. In 1955, the Jolly Fisherman later extended to include the adjacent cottage on it's southern side. The Jolly Fisherman was refurbished in 2012.

Craster 1847 Public Houses
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The Jolly Fisherman at Craster

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The Jolly Fisherman at Craster - waiting for the lift home

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The Jolly Fisherman

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The Jolly Fisherman, Craster

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Sign for the Jolly Fisherman

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The Jolly Fisherman Inn, Craster, in September 1990

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The Jolly Fisherman

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Jolly Fisherman
- "...The Jolly Fisherman was established by Charles Archbold in 1847. Originally it was confined to the northern half of its present site and later it was extended into the cottage ...

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