The Ship Inn, Sheffield - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6830) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Real ale
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other pubs nearby:
Milestone, Sheffield (0.1 miles), Shakespeare Hotel, Sheffield (0.1 miles), Kelham Island Tavern, Sheffield (0.2 miles), Wellington, Sheffield (0.2 miles), Fat Cat, Sheffield (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Reasonable pub with a drinkable pint. Anywhere else would rate higher but there are a number of top pubs in the vicinity.|
Snarling_Mallard - 30 Dec 2012 17:20
|Whitbymick - you are dead right in your assessment.|
Great old boozer - nothing more to add.
vladtheimbiber - 30 Sep 2012 16:24
|Seemingly a locals pub. Had a good pint of Abbeydale Deception on my last visit.|
ng10 - 5 Dec 2011 20:35
|This week I paid a visit to the Ship, I have to say that all of the three real ales available (which I was told change on a constant rolling basis) were in excellent condition.|
We tried the food and it was very good, a good portion at a very reasonable cost. Traditional pub food served in a friendly atmosphere.
The reviews of a surly landlord seem more than a little harsh, I found him knowledgeable and friendly, even giving directions to other local pubs.
The locals at the bar let everone join in the general banter and a pleasant afternoon was enjoyed by all.
All in all worth a visit ,should not be bypassed on the way to the more established trail pubs.
Whitbymick - 22 Nov 2011 11:34
|Paid another visit to the Ship at the weekend, and am even more impressed by this fine pub. the Tiled frontage must really rank amongst the finest in the country, with its gleaming tiles and a fine ship model above the front door. Beyond, things aren't quite as impressive in the L-shaped room but the upholstery and ethos are that of a truly unspoilt pub.|
The pub doesn't trade on it's wide range of ales like its neighbours, remaining a proper locals' pub (unfortunately this is also reflected in the presence of karaoke on some evenings and the slightly loud piped music), but the ale range has improved, with two Abbeydale beers plus Greene King on my visit- a good sign.
Despite its faults, you should try to get here if you've done all the Don Valley pubs or if you're a traditional pub fan.
Carlurmston - 4 Feb 2010 12:50
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