The Ship Inn, Kingswear

In the small riverside village of Kingswear is this traditional 15th-century English pub. It has spectacular views from the terrace overlooking the river Dart. Comfortable bar area where two open fires add to a warm atmosphere. The menu looked great and the locals rated the food highly. I’d like to come back to give it a try.

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South Devon CAMRA pub of the year 2006 and gained the Cask Marque award in 2009. Always serving a minimum of four real ales including Otter Ale, Adnams Bitter and local guest ales.

Getting There:

Higher St, Kingswear TQ6 0AG. Very close to the Dartmouth Steam Railway station.

  • By Car, Very little parking in Kingswear, there is a small car park by the passenger ferry behind the train station and a few spaces at the top of the hill.
  • By Train, Steam train runs every 45 mins. Only 30 a second walk from the station.
  • By Bus, every hour from Paignton, No. 120 will drop you at the Banjo then it’s just a short 2 min walk down the hill.
  • By Ferry, Catch either the passenger ferry (near the harbour) or the lower ferry from Dartmouth.


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Helpful Tips:

  • Family and dog-friendly.
  • Booking is usually recommended for a meal.

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