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it took us 20 minutes’ drive through narrow country lanes to get to the Ferry House Inn (well signposted and easy to find). It was definitely worth it! The place had the beautiful garden at the front, across which we saw the sea between the...More
Set way off the beaten track , a great location that is obviously on the up, having sought a niche in the market to cover for slow times.
They are a traditional pub that offers a varied menu. But also facilitates functions. An extension to...More
We found the ferry in fantastic!
Fantastic service and very friendly staff.
The food was amazing.
There was a wedding happening their another time we went it was absolutely stunning!
So if anyone is thinking of getting married 5hey should look this place up!
Well with a perfect sunny June day - what more could one ask for? This is a superb venue for a wedding, there ceremony of which was conducted outside, but can equally be catered for inside! It was a truly wonderful occasion set on the...More
In a gorgeous area of the island this pub has lovely home grown food. The menu is quite restricted so beware the fussier eaters but they still have traditional pub offerings of soup, fish and chips and a burger.
It’s been 20 years since I last headed off the beaten track to the Ferry Inn ... the view hasn’t changed but once a quiet pub is now a Kentish food delight. Great range of local beers and wine combined with local produce to create...More
We enjoyed a lunch time meal.
Food was great, we had visited here in 2016 and it was still as good.
They do a Mon to Fri deal but as this was a Sunday the same food was about £7 more per person.
I had heard that this Inn was a great place to eat, but unfortunately I was disappointed. My starter of French onion soup was tasty but just warm. My main course of Catch of the day fish and chips with mushy peas. The fish piece...More
Date of visit: April 2019
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Mobile56496091722, General Manager at The Ferry House Inn, responded to this reviewResponded April 29, 2019
I am sorry to read your disappointing review and would like to find out a little more about your visit with us so that we might investigate what might have gone wrong and put this right. Please would you contact me via our website contact...More
Response from Planethayley | Reviewed this property |
It seemed pretty accessible when we visited but I seem to remember an internal step or two which might restrict your table choice. If visiting in the summer they have lots of outside tables too which will be accessible.