The Fludyers Hotel and RestaurantUndercliff Road East, Felixstowe, IP11 7LU, United Kingdom
Places to Eat - Restaurants
Tel 01394 691929
About The Fludyers Hotel and Restaurant
The Fludyer Arms is a vibrant pub, restaurant and hotel located in a beautifully restored Edwardian building on the Suffolk coastline, just yards from the beach.
Built in 1903, this landmark venue has welcomed guests since Felixstowe’s days as a fashionable Edwardian seaside destination. Today you’ll find a welcoming pub offering up a range of real ales and fine bar snacks.
Our fantastic restaurant is set in a delightful panelled room with sea views and serves our head chef's modern interpretation of British classics with a choice of traditional roasts on a Sunday.
We are open to both residents and non residents for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
We also have a fabulous heated outdoor terrace, perfect for eating alfresco on those leisurely sunny afternoons and long summer evenings – oh, and did we mention the views?
If you would like to stay over, we have 12 rooms, plus a mews suite and accessible mews room, all furnished in contemporary style and feature Samsung flatscreens and walk-in showers. Our hand-stitched beds – all superking or kingsize – are dressed with feather-and-down bedding, while most rooms boast stunning views.
All our rooms offer a chic, contemporary palette. The more style-conscious visitor will spot Lloyd Loom furniture, ergonomic designer desk chairs and mirrors handmade from local driftwood. You’ll also find Eco-boutique toiletries, made with organic and natural extracts.
We kit out every room with proper tea and coffee-making facilities. Take your pick from award-winning Newby teas or cafetière coffee – both come with cookies to dunk. And do help yourself to as much purified water as you like.
To make a reservation, call 01394 691925 or email us via the contact button on this page
- Open - All Year
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