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Sheerness b&b, guesthouse and hotel accommodation

Sheerness in Kent

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Visit Sheerness and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:

Sheerness, Kent. The main town on the Isle of Sheppey and a naval centre since the time of Charles II, though modern changes in defence needs have reduced its importance. The sea front by Garrison Point provides a grandstand view of shipping in the Thames Estuary. A favourite naval inn, The Royal Fountain, is opposite the pier to which Nelson's body was brought home after Trafalgar.

Adjacent cities/towns/villages: Allhallows, Bapchild, Barling, Bicknor, Bobbing, Borden, Boxley, Bredgar, Bredhurst, Brompton, Canvey Island, Chatham, Eastchurch, Eastwood, Elmley, Faversham, Gilling, Gillingham, Grain, Graveney, Great Wakering, Hadleigh, Hempstead, Hernehill, High Halstow, Hoo, Isle of Grain, Iwade, Key Street, Leigh-on-Sea, Leysdown, Little Wakering, Lower Halstow, Luddenham, Lynsted, Milton Regis, Murston, Oare, Ospringe, Port Victoria, Queenborough, Rainham, Seasalter, Sharnal Street, Shoeburyness, Sittingbourne, South Benfleet, Southend-on-Sea, St. Mary Hoo, Stockbury, Stoke, Stone, Teynham, Thundersley, Tonge, Tunstall, Upchurch, Warden

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Shrimp Terrace
Rooms on the sea front in Sheerness on the Isle of Sheppey. Some rooms have their own shower, others a sea view. The Isle of Sheppey is rich in History. There is an official nudist beach in Leysdown. The area is popular with people who enjoy sea and course fishing, metal detecting, fossil hunting, bird watching, coast and cliff walking, cycling, visiting nature reserves.