Inns in Frampton On Severn

The Ship Inn
Frampton On Severn

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Set next to the Stroudwater Canal, the Ship Inn reflects the old charm of a traditional country pub. A favourite with CAMRA members and a fully fledged member of the BII the ship carries beers locally sourced with real ale prominent, the latest addition is the ships own “Captains Choice” with a roaring fire for the cold winter months and a wooden decking next to the canal for a fine summers evening. Come and try our new menu with the steak and ale pie becoming an instant favourite or the 16oz mixed grill. All our meats and veg are locally sourced fresh from local suppliers. Traditional Sunday roasts with Childs portions always available. (Please book in advance for Sundays to avoid disappointment).

Walkers will enjoy the 5 Framilode walks taking 2-4 hours that start and end at our doorstep. We are literally 2 minutes walk to the fantastic river Severn with its notorious Severn bore and amazing views to the west. Plenty of local wildlife for the most avid nature lover. There is also excellent fishing near by. We are a family run business and will be only to happy to assist in any way we can believing in good value for money and excellent service.

Our rooms all have En-suite, Tea and coffee making facilities, TV and Wi-Fi available. Dogs are very welcome at the inn but only guide dogs in the restaurant please. Enjoy your stay.

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