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The Ship Inn & Royal Palms Resort

Pubs, Bars & Taverns

Overview

The historic Ship Inn is a Busselton icon which features original buildings that date back to the early settlement of the region in the 1840's.

Situated in the heart of Busselton, the Resort is a short stroll to the towns shopping precinct, tourist information centre, movie theatres, local attractions and beaches.

Busselton is the gateway to the Margaret River Wine region.

More information

The Ship Inn & Royal Palms Resort offers well appointed, fully serviced, one bedroom apartments, swimming pool, the historic Ship Inn Bar, a Bistro, function facilities and a BWS bottle shop

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Google Reviews

14
Sep
2018
Andie Noon Creative Director
5.0
Great value for money and for a quick getaway. Rooms were clean and perfect for our family of 4. We also got a complementary drink each from the pub next door and it was a very quiet and relaxing stay. Best part it is it was really close to the beach, cheap and very clean.
11
Nov
2018
Michelle Turnbull
5.0
Great stay fantastic food great service
31
Oct
2018
Lyn Stott
4.0
Great location within walking distance to town and shops.
20
Oct
2018
James Agnew
5.0
Great place, good price, clean and central.
06
Mar
2018
Ann Walker
5.0
Great value. Great location. Very clean and comfortable. What more could you ask?

Google Reviews

14
Sep
2018
Andie Noon Creative Director
5.0
Great value for money and for a quick getaway. Rooms were clean and perfect for our family of 4. We also got a complementary drink each from the pub next door and it was a very quiet and relaxing stay. Best part it is it was really close to the beach, cheap and very clean.
11
Nov
2018
Michelle Turnbull
5.0
Great stay fantastic food great service
31
Oct
2018
Lyn Stott
4.0
Great location within walking distance to town and shops.
20
Oct
2018
James Agnew
5.0
Great place, good price, clean and central.
06
Mar
2018
Ann Walker
5.0
Great value. Great location. Very clean and comfortable. What more could you ask?