The Ferry House Inn

Historic Inn in Sheerness, Kent

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Harty Ferry Road, Leysdown-on-Sea
Sheerness
Kent
England
ME12 4BQ

The Ferry House Inn, Sheerness

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The Ferry House Inn situated on the Swale Estuary is the quintessential country pub, offering a beautiful wedding venue, B&B and Self Catering accommodation in Kent.

The Ferry House Inn is a beautiful 16th Century Country Public House situated at the edge of the Swale Estuary on the peaceful Isle of Sheppey. Outside it is set in three acres of terraced lawns and offers a superb panoramic view over the water, and inside offers open log fires, traditional wooden beams and solid oak floors. The Inn has three double bedrooms and one twin bedroom, all beautifully furnished with en-suite facilities and offering visitors all the comfort needed for a perfect nights sleep.

Beautifully furnished rooms with superb views over the estuary, come as standard and in June 2008 we recieved the 4 Star 'Silver Award' for excellence from the Visit Britain Tourism Board. Our rooms are furnished individually to the very highest standard, to provide our guests with a supreme level of comfort. Whether you're here to simply relax and unwind in the tranquil and idyllic surroundings or sampling the wide variety of local activities and interests, it is reassuring to know that when you retire to your room you are greeted with a lovely homely atmosphere.

A full 'Harty' breakfast awaits you in the morning, complete with homemade 'Harty' sausages. The Inn prides itself on home cooking from locally sourced fresh produce, which is reflected in the quality and presentation of all its meals, with game provided from the local shoot, quality meats from our own farm, and fresh fish from ‘Bluey’ our local fisherman whose boat is moored just out from the Inn. We can also cater for a variety of events, so whether you need a peaceful and idyllic setting for your wedding, or a venue for your corporate event, the Ferry House Inn in Sheerness is quite simply ‘the perfect venue’.

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