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Although we weren't staying we dropped in for breakfast. Shakshuka very good! Hot and tasty. And the French toast and compote with Greek yoghurt was really naughty but nice (very big!). We've also had lunch and supper here. The menu isn't that extensive but the...More
So many positives about this gem of a place...
1 night stays permitted.
Lovely eclectic feel to the bar/restaurant.
Off the beaten track of tourist hoards.
Great breakfast (the spicy chickpea thing is magnificent but very hot).
Simple, clean rooms (we had the...More
Stopped here for lunch 4th june. I had the soup with a hair in and the better half had the fish finger sandwich. Apart from the errant object it was very good. Not a cheap place to eat but its where it is i guess.
We stayed for one night as part of a 10 day cycling holiday from Penzance to Canterbury- it was the penultimate night. Of all the places we stayed this was the most expensive and provided the biggest breakfast!
Friendly staff and bicycles stored in an...More
Arrived at the Ship Inn and was shown a nice room on what seemed the third floor.
Small Double bed with what looked like a reasonably new shower. Perfect for a one nighter. Good full english breakfast with good Coffee . Pleasant and obliging staff....More
US$105 - US$141 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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