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Inns in Dartmouth

Ship In Dock
1a Ridge Hill
Dartmouth
Devon

TQ6 9PE | View map

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The Ship in Dock is an old riverside inn that was recently refurbished to a very high standard and now offers luxury accommodation. The bedrooms are furnished in solid oak and have the extras you would expect of a top hotel such as Kingsize beds, Superking feather and down quilts, Egyptian cotton, flatscreen TV/DVD and some of the best river views in Dartmouth. The bathrooms are period in style, but encompass the best in bathing technology. The Egyptian cotton towels add to the feeling of comfort and luxury. The Ship in Dock Inn was originally built in 1656. It occupies a prominent position overlooking Coronation park and the river Dart and there are stunning views from all rooms. The “Ship” has for over 100 years been an establishment favoured by the officers, cadets and staff of Britannia Royal Naval College and we are very proud of that relationship. The management and staff will do their best to ensure you receive the welcome The Ship in Dock Inn has been providing for over 350 years.

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