After a day spent exploring nearby beaches, golf courses or the fabulous Dungeness, The Ship Hotel shines like a beacon of comfort and top-notch hospitality. This 15th-century inn offers modern en-suite guest accommodation, with bright, attractive rooms and superb breakfasts. The heated outside area is great for warmer days, while the conservatory is the perfect spot should you require a bit more shelter.
Good food is taken seriously at The Ship, whether you’re calling in for a quick bite at lunch or want to relax over a three-course meal. For dinner, you might like to start with potted chicken liver pâté, or perhaps a sharing starter of baked Camembert with red onion chutney and toasted ciabatta sticks. For the main course, you’ll find hearty dishes like the ever-popular Spitfire ale and steak pie in perfect puff pastry, and slow-roasted belly of pork. There are also curries and an excellent chilli con carne for diners that like a bit of heat, and there’s a new homemade wheelhouse burger, as well as the option to build your own burger, which features an extensive array of tasty toppings, including indulgent treats like macaroni cheese. On steak nights (Wednesday and Saturday) diners can enjoy two 28-day dry-aged steaks with a free carafe of house wine for £40. One visit to The Ship is enough to make you a regular.