Old Romney is a village and civil parish in the Shepway District of Kent, England.
The village, as its name suggests, is the original site of the settlement, and is situated two miles inland from New Romney. It lies on what was once an island in the erstwhile River Rother estuary.
It was noted in Roman times as Vetus Rumellenum; by the time of the Domesday Book New Romney was already in existence
The Norman parish church is dedicated to St. Clement.