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Felixstowe Cliff Hotel

Felixstowe Cliff Hotel

also traded as Quilter's Cliff Hotel

Closed unknown era

opened 1906

Hamilton Gardens cliffs

grid reference TM 306 345

The Cliff Hotel was described in 1912 as having "cuisine special, terms moderate, electric light, lift to all floors".

It's listed in a 1928 directory as being on the "Sea front".

The Woodbridge licensing records show that the Cliff was granted a full (ie not just beer) license on May 3rd, 1946.

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(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)

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