The Falstaff Ramsgate - Hotel & Restaurant

The Falstaff is a boutique hotel and restaurant that takes its name from the historic inn that occupied this building for over 200 years. We launched at the end of 2015 after a meticulous 3-year restoration. The building's charm and character now shine through in each of our 8 luxurious en-suite rooms, complemented by carefully selected vintage furniture and bespoke fittings.

REBORN WITH PASSION

The Falstaff Ramsgate has been totally transformed.  The Hotel has eight individually designed bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms.  We also have three self-catering apartments, one with a sea view, and a function room ideal for small weddings, meeting and parties .

The Waterloo Room

Reputedly used by the Duke of Wellington, the Waterloo Room is perfect for parties, seminars, meetings and smaller wedding receptions. Its history and elegance make it perfect for any occasion..

The Falstaff Restaurant

The Falstaff restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  
Opening Hours: 7.30 am until 11am for Breakfast (last order for breakfast 11am)
Lunch from 12 until 3pm (last order for lunch 3pm) 
Dinner from 6pm until 9pm (last order for dinner 9pm)

 Our Addington Street Café is now Open

Polly Bellamy is now serving an exciting menu of salads, sandwiches, smoothies, home-made cakes and pastries, "Small Batch Coffee" and much more, in our Addington Street Café. Open Wednesday to Sunday from 9am until 4pm  Find out more 

HOTEL : 24 hour Reception & Porterage

BAR : Open 7 days a week

 

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WATERLOO ROOM

 Reputedly used by the Duke of Wellington, the Waterloo Room is perfect for parties, seminars, meetings and smaller wedding receptions. Its history and elegance make it perfect for any occasion.  Find out more

 

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OUR ROOMS

We have 8 beautiful and individual bedrooms, each with an ensuite bath or shower room. We will also have two apartments that can be booked for longer stays or families.
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A historical building in a historical town

Originally built as two houses in 1801, they were combined and altered into the Falstaff public house at some time between 1821 - 1840.

The building is thought to have connections with Sir Arthur Wellesley - the Duke of Wellington. It has an ornately decorated room at the rear of the building (the Waterloo Room) which is believed to have been used to host war council meetings at the height of the Napoleonic wars. 
At some time during the latter part of the Victorian era the Waterloo Room was a curiosity museum.

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Royal harbour surrounded by Georgian elegance

Ramsgate is a seaside town on the Isle of Thanet in East Kent. It has the only Royal Harbour in the country and is full of beautiful buildings, quirky shops and has a stunning Blue Flag beach. The Falstaff is located in Addington Street, within the West Cliff conservation area, and a short distance from the Royal Harbour.

Addington Street was originally the high street for the West Cliff area of Ramsgate. With its historic buildings, cafés, and shops, it is generally considered to be the artists' quarter of Ramsgate and is home to the Addington Street Historical fair which takes place in September every year.

 

Ramsgate offers miles of sandy beaches, a beautiful harbour within a short walk and much to see throughout the rest of Thanet. A short drive can take you to the picturesque town of Sandwich, the lovely beach town of Broadstairs or the Turner Contemporary, Dreamland and Old Town in