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we stayed one night, 2 rooms, and both rooms were better than many 3 and 4 star Hotels
Our bathroom was as big as the bedroom and the bath was enormous not the tiny tub most hotels offer, plenty of toiletries to complement the room...More
Stayed here two nights after completing St. Cuthbert's Way.
Very friendly and informative staff.
Good location, friendly bar.
Ask bar staff about local knowledge - they have some interesting stories to tell.
My wife and I stayed for 2 nights after completing the long distance walk. We were going to have our first evening meal here and our second somewhere else. The food and service was so good we cancelled our plans for the second evening and...More
Popped in for a drink and a sandwich whilst visiting for a day on the island. One of the bar men was not friendly and when we asked for a flat white coffee (which is advertised on the board) he said no, thought about it...More
On a visit today to the Holy Island, we had lunch at the Ship Inn which - in common with the other main Hotels and Pubs - is easy to find.
We received a warm welcome and you can either sit indoors or in the...More
Response from Andrewtheship | Property representative |
If you are just visiting for the day there is a main pay car park approx 5 minutes walk to the main village/The Ship Inn and if you are staying on the island you are classified as a temporary resident for the duration of... More
If you are just visiting for the day there is a main pay car park approx 5 minutes walk to the main village/The Ship Inn and if you are staying on the island you are classified as a temporary resident for the duration of your stay and may enter the village and park near to where you are staying. Hope this helps?
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"only has 4 rooms but the one with bath and shower was more than adequate"