A 17th Century timber framed listed building that was originally three cottages. Later an external staircase led to drinking rooms, above which were used by local sheep farmers. It is believed the name "ship" is a corruption of "sheep".
There are five rooms, all en-suite, available as doubles, twins or singles and family rooms. There are also two large annexe rooms with super king-size beds & newly refurbished bathrooms.
All rooms are equipped with TV, Tea/Coffee making facilities, complimentary fresh milk, Mini-bar and hairdryer. An iron, ironing board and wireless internet are also available on request.
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