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The Ship Inn, Romney Marsh - pub details

Address: 118 High Street, Dymchurch, Romney Marsh, Kent, TN29 0NS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32785) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Westenhanger (5.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.6/10 (rated by 7 users)
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other pubs nearby:

City of London, Dymchurch (0.3 miles), Ocean Inn, Dymchurch (0.4 miles), Neptune Inn, Romney Marsh (1.4 miles), Shepherd and Cock, Burmarsh (1.5 miles), Bailiff Sergeant, Romney Marsh (1.6 miles)

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Looper23 - 27 Oct 2015 15:38
Nice pub with good quality Adnams Broadside and Harveys Sussex ale on very quaint rifle/musket butt handpulls.
stevane - 18 Aug 2010 18:42
About time! A decent pub in Dymchurch. Food good, beer very good, choice of Adnams, Harveys and usually another real ale on pump. Go there with the family or just to meet a friend for a pint. It has a family bar and non children bar as well as a restaurant.
Dymchurchdaytripper - 8 Apr 2010 14:48
The Ship does look better after the refurishment. But the food & the room are overpriced for that kind of quality. It's not worth the money at all. I still prefer my pint at the Ocean.
fussybee - 11 Jun 2009 13:59
The Ship is the best of several pubs in Dymchurch, but given the lousy competition in the village, this isn't saying much.

The pub has recently been taken over by the owners of the Pilot in Dungness and given a complete and welcome overhall both inside and out. It would be great if the carpark could be given a makeover in time, a bit of an eyesore on the approach to the 'nice' and of the village. The Dr. Syn connection has been wisely kept alive and all manner of Marsh and Syn-related artwork adorns the walls.

Two spotless bars, one child-friendly, the other not, and a restaurant area. Large beer garden with plenty of room for kids to run around in.

Adnams and Harveys on tap.

The bar menu reads like something you'd find in a transport cafe, absolutely dire. We had to ask for the restaurant menu for something we would want to eat. On a Sunday, Sunday roast wasn't even available on the bar menu! A complete clanger! The owners need to realise that people's eating habits and expectations of pub-food have changed for the better over the years. Eaten there a few times now: Sunday roast was superb, recent steak was excellent though not cooked to our order, and fish and chips average.

A pub with great promise.


samphirehoe - 25 May 2009 18:57

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