Welcome to our page of bed and breakfast in Sheerness!
Sheerness is a commercial port and main town on the Isle
of Sheppey, a small (36 square miles, 94 km²) island off
the northern coast of Kent in the Thames Estuary, some 25 miles
(40km) to the east of central London. Sheerness owes much
to its origins as a Royal Naval dockyard town. Samuel Pepys established
the Royal Navy Dockyard in the 17th Century and it would probably
have become one of the foremost naval bases in the country had
it not been flooded during construction. It served the Navy until
1960 and has since developed into one of the largest and fastest
expanding ports in the UK. It is the largest point of import
for motor vehicles. Also see Sheerness
& Sheerness attractions.
If you are in the right town but cannot find the accommodation
you want on this page, you might consider Sheerness