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Pedalabikeaway cycle hire in the Forest of Dean

High Street, Newnham-on-Severn, Forest of Dean, Glos. GL14 1BY
Tel: 01594 516283
Website: www.theshipatnewnham.com






About the Ship Inn

At the Ship Inn Restaurant you'll find freshly prepared, high quality, Italian and Mediterranean food with a warm welcome on the side.

The opening of The Ship Inn Restaurant by its proprietor Adrian Eyles is the latest phase in an ongoing refurbishment programme of this character building which dates back to the 17th century. The Ship Inn is personally managed by Adrian, who has an established reputation for Fine Cuisine in the Forest of Dean from his previous restaurants, "Carriages" and "The Dog & Muffler".


A *RAT Burger?

Only available at the Ship Inn at Newnham-on-Severn.

*The Ship's Rat Burger is a succluent gourmet Lamb burger with Rosemary And Thyme - it's not really a rat!

More about dining st The Ship Inn

Renowned in the past for superb fine dining, The Ship has recently taken a change of course and can now lay claim to be the only dedicated Grillhouse and Burger Restaurant in the Forest.

If you love your meat (vegetarians also catered for), then The Ship is the place to visit, for delicious local steaks and incredible and unique ‘Gourmet Burgers’ - all homemade and cooked to perfection at a very affordable price. Don’t forget to try the excellent wines, real ales and The Ship’s own homemade ice creams.


Accommodation at The Ship Inn

The Ship Inn also offers a very high standard of accommodation. There are four comfortable en-suite bedrooms, two with four-poster beds. All rooms have a flatscreen TV, free Wi-Fi and tea/coffee making facilities, with superb views of Newnham-on-Severn.

The Ship Inn really is the perfect location to explore the beautiful Forest of Dean, and to see the incredible Severn Bore!


Where is the Ship Inn?

The Ship Inn is situated in the High Street of the picturesque village of Newnham-on-Severn on the west bank of the river. Once well-known as a port, today the village is regarded as one of the favourable observation points for the Severn Bore.

History of the village dates back to the Middle Ages and despite some changes the High Street has retained its character throughout the years. Today's well tended appearance continues to be enhanced by the many trees and massed daffodils in spring followed by floral displays during the summer months. Newnham-on-Severn's enviable location in the Forest of Dean makes it ideal for visiting the many surrounding areas of outstanding natural beauty.




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