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Inns in Sheerness

Royal Hotel
29 The Broadway
Sheerness
Kent

ME12 1AB | View map
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The Royal Hotel is a traditional Public House Hotel dating back to the early 19th century being originally named "Kent House". It is situated close to all the local amenities in the centre of Sheerness, Kent. The Hotel is only a 2 minute walk from Sheerness's award winning blue flag beach and excellent local shopping facilities , including the town's famous sea front promenade, sports center and swimming pool.

Whether you are looking to explore this historic port town, or here on business, be inspired by the homely and comfortable atmosphere of The Royal Hotel.

The Hotel offers a wide range of en-suite rooms, ranging from single occupancy to twin rooms and large doubles. All the rooms offer television, en-suite bathroom facilities and tea and coffee making facilities are standard in each room. The rooms are decorated to a modern and traditional standard and are homely, comfortable, offering the comforts of home.

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Price per Room:

Double: 54
Twin: 54
Single: 34
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Conference/Business Facilities

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