The hotel is situated in the town centre at the end of the high street. There is a supermarket within a 2 minute walk, a leisure centre within 5 minutes walk, a bus stop opposite us, and a Miniature Railway is just 10 minutes walk away.
Nearby Points of Interest
Brenzett Aeronautical Museum (4.6 mi)
Brenzett Museum is a unique collection of wartime equipment, remains recovered from aircraft crash sites and memorabilia collected and donated to the Museum since its formation in 1972.
Rye Castle Museum (12.8 mi)
A very interesting museum with a lovely Medieval garden. The Museum has changing exhibitions that investigate different aspects of Rye’s history.
Brockhill Country Park (9.8 mi)
Brockhill Country Park was previously part of a large estate dating back to Norman times. You can still see the old manor house adjacent to the park. The rest of the park, 54 acres (220,000 m2), is dominated by a large grassy valley, bisected by the Brockhill Stream as it makes its way to the Royal Military Canal at Hythe and excellent views to the English Channel.
Hythe, Dymchurch and New Romney Railway (1 mi)
Special events, santa specials, dungeness, diner steam driving experience days, customised corporate events & childrens birthdays parties. Diary events and timetabls and guides available from The Ship Hotel.
Port Lympne Zoo (20 mi)
Port Lympne Zoo and its sister park Howletts Wild Animal park work in conjunction with the Aspinall Foundation. There are various activities such as, The Treetop Challenge, Animal Adventure Challenge, Experience Days, Port Lympne Mansion. Come and see the largest collection of western lowland gorillas in the world and the largest herd of African elephants in the UK.
Golf (1.2 mi)
There are many golf clubs in the area, so fans of golf visiting the area will be spoilt for choice! Littlestone Golf Club is less than a mile away and is only a 10 minute walk from The Ship Hotel. Boasting two unique courses, The Championship Links and The Warren, Littlestone Golf Club offers members and visitors the chance to play their golf on superbly presented and managed links courses. Both cared for by the same team of excellent greens staff and both sharing the same stretch of Romney Marsh land, they offer two unique golfing experiences for lovers of the game. The courses are laid out on the natural undulating links land between the famous Romney Marsh and the English Channel in the South East corner of Kent.
The coastline enjoys a unique microclimate that makes it one of the driest places in Britain. Practice facilities are extensive with an eight bay driving range, chipping and putting greens as well as a green-side bunker.
There are a small pharmacy and Sainsbury’s Supermarket just a short walk away.