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The Ship Inn Reedham

The Ship Inn Reedham

19 Riverside, Reedham, NR13 3TQ, United Kingdom

Eating - Pubs

Tel 01493 700287




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About The Ship Inn Reedham

The Ship Hotel Reedham, serves great food and great ales, the beer garden is a wonderful place to relax and unwind when visiting this part of the broads.

The Ship next to the The swing bridge... Reedham is at the junction of two lines.

The railway from Norwich to Yarmouth was built in 1844 and the line going across the swing bridge to Lowestoft, in 1847.

Reedham is one of the most popular stopping places on the Broads. On the bank of the river Yare, the village is right beside the river with pretty cottages and some shops, there are ample mooring places. A broads Ranger is available to assist you moor up during daylight hours as the tide flows very fast here, and care is needed to moor up.

Reedham Swing Bridge has a clearance at average high water of 10' 3" enough for most cruisers except at very high tides. Unless two red flags are flying, the bridge will open for yachts depending on rail traffic.

Drivers, wanting to avoid the busy A47 and the congestion of the Norwich rush hour on their way to Reedham. can use the chain ferry, a short distance upstream from the village to cross the Yare. The ferry takes only 2 cars at a time so there can be a queue at busy times, it is best crossed on a summer evening, as the light begins to fall.

It is like stepping back a century, into the pages of an Arthur Ransome novel

Facilities

General Services

  • 5 Star Rating
  • Vegetarian & Vegan
  • Waterside

Special Opening

  • Open - All Year
  • Open - Christmas
  • Open - Easter
  • Open - New Year

Car Parking

  • Free Parking
  • Pay & Display Parking

Accessibility

  • Disabled Friendly
  • Guide Dogs Accepted
  • Special Needs

Pets

  • Pets Accepted


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