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We visited the ship for a family meal the evening before my father's funeral.
We chose the ship because it's a quiet, intimate and relaxed environment. We frequently eat here.
However. This time, a large party of very noisy women were sat directly behind us....More
We met some friends for an evening meal at about 19:00, This was a busy time and I found it to be a bit noisy at first but later it became quieter and more enjoyable, may have been due to where we were sitting. Service...More
The Ship is one of those rare understated hotels that offers cosy, clean and comfortable bedrooms, along with old world charm.
It’s bar and restaurant areas are the kind of place you really want to while away the time in.
If you’re looking for somewhere...More
Stayed here at the Ship hotel whilst attending a wedding in July, we stayed one night, the hotel is really nice, staff are friendly, lots of parking and a great breakfast. We would recommend this place.
We booked The Ship as an overnight B&B location because we were attending a nearby wedding. Great deluxe room (The Admiral Nelson Room) with good views overlooking the Dee Estuary, clean comfortable and good service. Great beer selection in the bar and the English breakfast...More
Re. 'you' in your question - I was a guest who visited, and am not a member of staff who works there - so (like the other respondents) cannot say for sure. Nonetheless I am sure they'd serve something to eat at breakfast... More
Re. 'you' in your question - I was a guest who visited, and am not a member of staff who works there - so (like the other respondents) cannot say for sure. Nonetheless I am sure they'd serve something to eat at breakfast time to visitors.
I hope this helps.
Why not just contact the hotel directly?!