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Queenborough is a small town on the Isle of Sheppey in the Swale borough of Kent in South East England.
Queenborough is two miles south of Sheerness. It grew as a port near the Thames Estuary at the westward entrance to the Swale where it joins the River Medway. It is in the Sittingbourne and Sheppey parliamentary constituency.
Queenborough Harbour offers moorings between the Thames and Medway. It is possible to land at Queenborough on any tide and there are boat builders and chandlers in the marina. Admiral Lord Nelson is reputed to have learned many of his seafaring skills in these waters, and also shared a house near the small harbour with his mistress, Lady Hamilton.
Queenborough today still reflects something of its original 18th-century seafaring history, from which period most of its more prominent buildings survive. The church is the sole surviving feature from the medieval period. The town was first represented by two members of parliament in 1572.
Suggestions of amazing places to enjoy your Queenborough Escort
Royal Hotel – from £49
Dating from the 19th-century, this pub with rooms in a redbrick Victorian property is 4 minutes’ walk from Sheerness-on-Sea railway station, 5 minutes’ walk from the town beach, and 1.4 miles from the Sheerness Golf Club.
The scaled-back rooms afford stair-only access. All come with free Wi-Fi, TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
The lively, oak-panelled pub offers classic British food and regular live music, as well as a function room and a courtyard.
The Oysterfleet Hotel, Restaurant & Bar – from £55
Overlooking a lake, this relaxed, family-run hotel is a mile from the Castle Point Transport Museum and 16 miles from Southend Pier (historic jetty) and Adventure Island theme park.
Streamlined rooms come with en suite bathrooms, TVs, free Wi-Fi, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
There’s a traditional, pub-style bar and an airy restaurant offering classic British cuisine. Other amenities include meeting/event facilities and free parking.
Abbey Hotel and Conference Centre – from £68
This straightforward, low-rise, redbrick hotel is in a residential area a 2-minute walk from the bus stop for Sheerness (21 minutes’ journey time) and a 5-minute walk from the seafront.
The modest rooms have traditional furnishings and decor, and come with free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Family and 4-poster rooms are also available.
Complimentary full English breakfast is served in the restaurant, which also offers a classic global menu. There’s also a bar/lounge and a garden with seating, plus conference facilities.
Suggestions of great restaurants to enjoy your Queenborough Escort
Mint & Chocolate Eatery
Situated a stones throw away from Queenborough Creek and around the corner from Queenborough All-Tide-Landing, Mint & Chocolate Eatery offers a variety of fresh, home prepared and cooked, wholesome foods, ranging from sandwiches, wraps and soups to stews, pies and omelettes, without omitting their finger licking desserts. Furthermore, as the Eatery is right next door to the Admiral’s Arms Micro-pub, you will also be able to enjoy an extensive selection of Real Ale, Ciders, Wines and Gins.
Five Bridges – Marstons
The Five Bridges in Kent is a pub on the Isle of Sheppey. Just a few hundred metres from the banks of the Swale, and yards from the end of Queenborough Creek, they are a great place to eat out come rain or shine. When the sun’s out, their patio area is the perfect spot for lunch or dinner.
From classic British carvery to legendary pub favourites, their food is fresh, hot, and served daily. There’s something here for everyone. Their drinks range is just as brilliant. Relax with a real ale, premium draught beer, or a glass of wine. Or grab a Nescafé Milano coffee to go with one of their delicious desserts to enjoy with you Kent Escorts.
Just a few minutes’ drive from the Sheppey Crossing, The Aviator is the ideal first stop or final destination on any visit to the Isle.
Close to all the island’s popular attractions, such as the award-winning beaches at Minster and Leysdown, Minster Abbey and Elmley Nature Reserve, the pub is an attraction in itself – with famously good food attracting visitors from miles around.
A delicious range of bar snacks and pub classics can be savoured either in the spacious bar or separate restaurant. Or if it’s just liquid refreshment you’re looking for, then there’s a wide range of drinks here too – from classic Kentish ales to carefully sourced wines from around the world.