The Ship Inn

Hartlepool, County Durham
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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 7
  • From £75 per room per night

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The Ship Inn is a 4 star accredited Inn located in the peaceful and pleasant hamlet of High Hesleden.

In every bedroom there is a state of the art LCD television, a clock radio, a hospitality tray with fresh fruit and drinks, hair dryer, free WiFi and a telephone. You’ll also note the attention to detail as each room has something unique to make it comfortable and stylish in its own individual way.

Each room overlooks the beautiful gardens, and beyond to the stunning sea views. If you’re visiting on business, you’ll get out of the towns and cities and enjoy a beautiful drive through the countryside to reach us. We have views that stretch across the tranquil countryside, and to the sea. You will immediately find yourself in a calm and friendly environment that is sure to put you in a fine position for a relaxing holiday or break. We are situated in a tranquil spot, but close enough to roads that offer easy access.

We have a twin room with wheelchair access, inside this room there is a shower room that is fully equipped for wheelchair users.

Thanks to our use of high quality local ingredients and freshly prepared food, our restaurant has recently won the Heartbeat Award for healthy eating. You can choose between A La Carte and Chef’s Specials in the restaurant, while in the bar or lounge you’ll see a wide choice of specials on the blackboard that are second to none.

The Ship is justifiably proud of its Real Ale selection. And it’s an honour to be recognised by the Campaign for Real Ale as one of the pubs to visit, having been voted their runner-up pub in 2004. It’s also a regular name in various good beer guides as well as good food publications. Where else can you try such delights as Timothy Taylor’s Landlord, Everards Sunchaser, Black Sheep bitter, Drunken Duck and Deuchars IPA. These selections change regularly and you’re sure to find a favourite to quench your thirst. Of course its not just the beer, we have lager, wines and spirits as well as soft drinks.

The larger towns are only a short drive away and just beyond these are the untamed Yorkshire Moors. Our guests come away feeling relaxed in this area that offers friendlieness, tranquility and marvellous scenery.

Ratings

  • AA 4 Star Inn
National Rating
AA
4 * rating
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    Double En-Suite 

    Double Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £75 per room per night

A wonderfully appointed double room and en-suite bathroom. Facilities include a TV, Freeview, tea/coffee making facilities, free WiFi, clock radio, hospitality tray including fresh fruit, hairdryer and a telephone.

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    Twin En-Suite 

    Twin Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £75 per room per night

A wonderfully appointed twin room and en-suite bathroom. Facilities include a TV, Freeview, tea/coffee making facilities, free WiFi, clock radio, hospitality tray including fresh fruit, hairdryer and a telephone. A wheelchair friendly room is also availiable on request.

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    Deluxe Suite En-Suite 

    Crows Nest Self...
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £160 per room per night

The Crows Nest is a larger self contained flat with a double bedroom and en-suite bathroom. Facilities include a state of the art LCD TV, a clock radio, a hospitality tray with fresh fruit and drinks, hair dryer, free WiFi and a telephone. The modern kitchen is neatly furnished and decorated, and the bathroom also offers a neat, clean modern design.

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