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Grove Ferry River Trips Contact Us



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By Email:

By Mobile:

Pete on 07985 273070
or check above for todays skipper
else Glynn on 07808 739020

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By Post:

Grove Ferry River Trips,
c/o Nimrod Hall Farm,
Kent TN27 8EU

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NOTE the Grove Ferry Inn cannot advise on the trips or take bookings on our behalf

Grove Ferry River Trips Find Us

Located at the Grove Ferry Inn Upstreet (sat nav CT3 4BP):-


Number 8 (Canterbury to Margate) Mon-Sat: every 30 mins, Sunday: hourly

From A28, in Upstreet, take road sign posted 'Grove Ferry.' After level crossing, turn left into Grove Pantry Pub car park.

Sat Nav CT3 4BP


Sat Nav CT3 4BP



Car parking:

There is free parking at the Grove Ferry Inn or Pay and display adjacent to the Inn


Nearest Station Sturry (4 miles) (number 8 bus stops there.


Northgate Cars 01227 860460

Access Statement:

This access statement is not a personal statement as to our suitability for those with access needs, but aims to describe the facilities and services that we offer all our guests/visitors.

The boat is boarded via a non-slip metal plate ramp with handrails both sides, the ramp is adjusted as required by the height of tide, from the ramp there are 3 steps down into the boat. If you have any queries or require any assistance please contact us before your trip.

The boat can be found by either entering the Inn front door (steps) and exiting the rear on to the decking, or via the Inn garden and on to the decking (2 ramps), or from the car park going to the left side of the Inn and through the gate to the rear of the Inn, this has no steps but some paving stones that are a little uneven.

Staff will aid customers when requested and where possible.

Grove Ferry River Trips and The Grove Ferry Inn are separate businesses but the Inn allows our visitors free use of its facilities which include: free car parking, toilet facilities including disabled and refreshments.

Once on the tour a commentary is given by the skipper. It is recommended that passengers with hearing difficulties sit closer to the guide. The main attraction is the scenery, so deaf passengers will still enjoy the tour. All dogs are welcome.