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Welcome to The Shurland Hotel

Address: 79-81 High Street, Isle of Sheppey, ME12 4EH

Hotel Description

This traditional 19th-century pub is situated in Eastchurch, 6 miles from the coast at Sheerness and walking distance from Shurland Hall. The public bar hosts frequent live music and entertainment. Guests can enjoy a wide range of hearty, home-cooked food, including pub dinners, lunchtime dishes and chef specials. The Shurland Hotel has an authentic Italian restaurant, offering a wide selection of pizzas and pastas. The Shurland Hotel also offers a full English breakfast in the morning. Each room has a TV with satellite channels, and offers free Wi-Fi. The hotel is pet friendly, and guests are welcome to bring their dogs on request. Shurland Hotel’s fitness facilities include cardiovascular and weights areas, a sauna, steam room and a spa bath. Fitness classes are available, and guests have free unlimited use of the gym and spa facilities during their stay. The Island Gym and Spa has a wide range of state-of-the-art equipment. The village of Eastchurch is just 15 minutes’ drive from Sheerness Rail Station, with connections from the Isle of Sheppey to the mainland.

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Belmont House - Historical Houses

Belmont House - Historical Houses

Distance 9.1 miles (14.56 km)
The unique Georgian house of Belmont, set in beautiful gardens and surrounded by classical English country parkland, commands stunning views of the rolling Kent countryside. It is a completely unspoilt and distinctive example of the work of architect Samuel Wyatt. Whilst the house and gardens evolved over the years, it remained the seat of successive Lords Harris from 1801 until the Sixth Lord's death in 1995. The Harris family played a significant role in British expansion overseas during the 19th century. Belmont contains fabulous mementoes of the family's history and travels - fine paintings, furniture, Indian silverware and the finest collection of clocks in private hands in the country; a collection assembled by the 5th Lord.

Chestfield Golf Club - Whitstable - Golf

Chestfield Golf Club - Whitstable - Golf

Distance 9.85 miles (15.76 km)
Welcome to Chestfield Golf Club. We are located close to Whitstable, a very old but newly fashionable town, famous for the quality of its oysters and seafood. Not only does our Clubhouse date back to before the dawn of the 15th Century, but it is believed to be the oldest building in the world in use as a Golf Clubhouse. It was originally part of the Chestfield Manor, which was recorded in the Domesday Book. Today, the Clubhouse, with its wealth of exposed timbers and its atmosphere of history, still offers a warm welcome to all who visit. A tastefully restored lounge bar, a small but cosy Spike bar and a first-floor restaurant, help to make this a most memorable 19th hole. From April to September, we offer a lunch and dinner menu of both hot and cold food, whilst outside of this period bars meals are available. To accompany your meal we also have a comprehensive wine list. Our first-floor restaurant offers quality meals at competitive prices.