Historic Hotel Accommodation in Newnham, Gloucestershire
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The Ship at Newnham
A Historic Restaurant with rooms in Newnham, Gloucestershire
Accommodation Description:From: £70.00
17th Century Coach House located in Newnham on Severn within the idyllic Forest of Dean. Offering comfortable & spacious accommodation, Fine dining, superb wines and Real Ales. A warm weclome awaits you at the Ship Inn.
The Ship Inn makes a perfect place to make a base whilst you explore the surrounding area, including the amazing natural phenomenon of the Severn Bore which is right on our doorstep!.
All rooms have en-suite facilities and are equipped with flat screened TVs, DVD players, Wi Fi internet access, together with tea and coffee facilities. Breakfast is taken in the restaurant and offers a choice of a full English breakfast as well as lighter choices. We are happy to cater to any special dietary needs, do let us know in advance if possible.When you eat at The Ship Inn you’ll experience great tasting, well presented food … so good that you’ll want to return again and again like so many of our food loving diners and guests
All the food is freshly prepared on the premises and sourced from local suppliers. We endeavour to only use foods that are in season and only of the highest quality. The Menu changes with the seasons, as does the atmosphere in the dining room
From intimate & cosy with an open fire during the winter, to light & airy with fresh flowers throughout the summer months. The restaurant is really quite different to most, as we do not follow trends, it is, therefore, much more individual and there is a sort of country elegance about it. The atmosphere is relaxed and the lighting is soft and warm
Whatever you choose, whether one of our wide range of quality wines by the glass, your favourite pint or one of our freshly ground coffees, it’s sure to go down well. We pride ourselves to serve properly presented drinks with a warm welcome. Real Ales are supplied by the Sharp’s brewery located at the Rock Cornwall and The Wickwar Brewing Company based at Wickwar in Gloucestershire
The Ship Inn makes a perfect place to make a base whilst you explore the surrounding area. Some of the rooms have amazing views of the River Severn, a great place to see the amazing natural phenomenon of the Severn Bore!
Accommodation Rating: 4 (about ratings)
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Westbury on Severn, St Mary, St Peter, St Paul - 2.1 miles (Historic Church)
Westbury Court Garden - 2.1 miles (Garden)
Slimbridge Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust - 4.7 miles (Family Attraction)
Hardwicke Court - 6 miles (Historic House)
Lydney Park - 7.3 miles (Garden)
Lydney Park Roman Camp - 7.3 miles (Roman Site)
Clearwell Caves and Ancient Iron Mines - 7.4 miles (Family Attraction)
Berkeley, St Mary's - 7.9 miles (Historic Church)
Berkeley Castle - 7.9 miles (Castle)
Frocester Tithe Barn - 8.2 miles (Historic Building)
Nearby Towns & Villages to Visit
Berkeley - 7.9 miles away
Dursley - 8.8 miles away
Randwick - 9.1 miles away
Painswick - 11 miles away
Ashleworth - 11.6 miles away
Ozleworth - 13 miles away
Alderley - 13.9 miles away
Chalford - 14 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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