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The Ferry Boat Inn, Felixstowe - pub details

Address: The Ferry, Felixstowe, Suffolk, IP11 9RZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18259) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Felixstowe (2.5 miles), Trimley (3.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.1/10 (rated by 27 users)
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Victoria Inn, Felixstowe (0.0 miles), White Horse, Felixstowe (1.5 miles), Thatched House, Barking (1.7 miles)

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Can't understand why this pub doesn't have a higher rating. Have been here many times...Great location near the water, atmospheric old-style interior, service pretty good. The food isn't cheap but it's pretty good. Can get very busy in the summer - but surely that tells you it's doing something right?
mozzzzzz - 9 Jun 2014 11:31
Read previous reviews with some concern so feared the worst. Struggled with the outside door and almost sprained an ankle stepping down careful. Friday lunchtime was pleasantly full, but served quickly by friendly barmaid. Chose Adnam's Bitter at £3.25, and sat smugly next to the enormous woodburning stove, as the cold easterly wind blew outside. Wherry was also on the pumps, but estimated it would be expensive, in line with the wine prices and the expensive food. Chalk board special was a half portion of cottage pie for £8.....providing you were an OAP and got there between noon and 12.30! Olde Worlde hard chairs, flagstone floors, bags of character, but to me seemed more of a money processing facility than a pub, so drank up and left. Didn't go hungry, but walked to the end of the pay and display and into the excellent greasy spoon diner for a most enjoyable fish&chips, cooked to perfection and served by nice people. Date of visit 22/2/2013
Ravenousdrythroat - 27 Feb 2013 14:08
Nice location near the riverside. The pub is a bit olde world inside, although when I visited on Sunday lunchtime it was well packed out with day trippers dining. The staff were business like but it did not have a particularly friendly atmosphere. About 3 ales on: Wherry and the like. Reasonable condition but expensive.
Food was hit and miss. My plaice was fresh and nicely grilled, but my wife's fish salad had ingredients obviously straight out of a supermarket packet. Neither were particularly cheap.
In short: could be a lot better. Worth popping in if you're walking past but not worth a specific trip.
JonRambo - 15 Aug 2011 22:21
@Potjana - Well you're on here constantly by the look of it so if i'm a sissy wtf does that make you..? Sad F*cker!

Anytime you would like to meet in person at the Ferry Boat i would be delighted to "discuss" your comments about me.

When would suit you...?
No_Likey_No_Lighty - 1 Apr 2011 12:41
if your having difficulties wit lief your probaly just going through a bad
theguv1 - 14 Mar 2011 15:57

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