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The Royal Hotel

29 Broadway, Sheerness, Kent, ME12 1AB, United Kingdom
Self Assessed

Local information & Directions

From: The Sheppey Crossing - Road

From: The Sheppey Crossing - Road

Get on A249 from Grovehurst Rd and follow A249 to Bridge Rd/A250 in Sheerness

Then continue on A250 and Drive to Broadway.

From: Train Station

From: Train Station

The Royal Hotel is a 5 minute walk from the train station.

Head west on Broadway toward High St and turn right onto High St. Then turn right onto Bridge Rd/A250 and turn left.

Barton’s Point Coastal Park

Barton’s Point Coastal Park

Barton’s Point features a salt-water lake, a section of the Sheppey Cycle Route and is the perfect location for camping, bird watching, fishing, orienteering, geo-caching, flying a kite, water sports, picnics or dining out in the Boathouse Cafe.

www.bartonspointcoastalpark.co.uk

Garrison Point Fort

Garrison Point Fort

Garrison Point Fort at Sheerness was built as a result of the Royal Commission of 1860, which reviewed national defences of Britain in case of an attack by France. The Fort was built to defend the entrance of the River Medway and the Royal Dockyards of Sheerness and Chatham.

Garrison Point Fort Information

Sheerness beach

Sheerness beach

Sheerness beach is an award-winning bathing beach located centrally in the town of Sheerness on the north coast of the Isle of Sheppey. This predominantly shingle beach is characterised by a steep high sea wall with flood gates and ramps/steps at regular intervals.The seawall is bordered by a wide expanse of green open space which leads to the promenade – making it an ideal spot for a picnic. Popular amongst families, it offers plenty of attractions for a great day out

 
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