Two apartments immediately next to the Falstaff and a house on Nelson Crescent, The Nelson Crescent house has views over the Royal Harbour. More
The Falstaff Hotel
The Falstaff has 8 individually designed bedrooms, decorated and furnished with a judicious sprinkling of antiques, period fireplaces and oriental rugs .
The Falstaff Café & Restaurant
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Non-residents welcome Reservations: 01843 482600
Hotel - 24 hour reception
Bar Open 7 days a week.
Monday- Tuesday- Wednesday: breakfast until 730 - 11am Brunch 11am-3pm
Thursday - Saturday breakfast- 7:30 - 11am/ Brunch 11m-3pm / dinner: 6 - 9 pm
Sunday breakfast- brunch 8 - 11am / Sunday Roast 12.30 - 4pm
For restaurant reservations: +44(0)1843 482 600
Addington Street Kitchen Café : Tuesday - Sunday: 9am - 3pm
Parking Available to our hotel guests - for a one-off parking fee of £4.50.
For Special functions, small weddings, parties and meetings we have the Waterloo room:
The ornately decorated room at the rear of the building (the Waterloo Room) is thought to have connections with Sir Arthur Wellesley - the Duke of Wellington. It 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 became curiosity museum before being renovated by the present owner. The Waterloo Room is the perfect venue for small weddings, parties and business meetings.
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 Falstaff relaunched in late 2015 after an extensive but sympathetic renovation and was recently awarded the Ramsgate Societies Design Award. In addition to the Falstaff Hotel, there are three self-catering apartments (some with views of the Royal Harbour) owned and managed by the hotel. Find out more
Time Out Review read the full article here page 88 “Wake Up Here”
Settle down for a snooze by the sea front at the Falstaff. Eight intimate rooms are decked out with vintage furniture, soft linens and bold rugs. Stay put for Sunday lunch if you can - they do a stellar roast. Ellie Walker-Arnott