The building dates from c.1870 and was a ship's chandlers until it became a pub in 1924; it is one of few pubs still with a jug bar. In the porch, doors lead to the bar on the right, lounge on the left and in front of you is the tiny intact jug bar with its two half-width doors and two tiny hatches to the bar. The main bar on the right retains its original mirrored back gantry with fluted pilasters, bar counter and half-height panelled walls. At the rear is an area created during a 1960s flat roof extension to the building. Lounge on the left has no old fittings apart from the panelled ceiling with decorative plasterwork of thistles, roses and clover. Behind the pub is the Fyfe brewery established in 1995.