Ship Stores

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Ship Stores, Clare

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Ship Stores Guest House is a 17th Century timber framed listed building that was originally three cottages. Later an external staircase led to drinking rooms, above which were used by local sheep farmers. It is believed the name ship is a corruption of sheep.It has also been a village store for at least the last century.

In the early 1970s the accommodation was converted to provide Bed and Breakfast rooms.There are seven rooms, all en-suite, available as doubles, twins or singles and family rooms.

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