The Pub Today
Les Fleurs is now under the proud ownership
of the new Landlord Jeffrey Flowers
who bought and renamed this lovely pub in 2012.
Formally named "Sir John Falstaff" reopened for business named "Les FLEURS" in 2013.
Today it opens daily from 10am till 1am 24/7
and now offers overnight sleep-over rooms, which are growing ever popular with travelling business people, backpackers and long distance walkers also pilgrims, who require a safe and cosy room for the night at just £40 a night. Accomodation In Dover.
Jeff ex stonemason is very proud of his pub.
"I fell in love with this building the first time
I clapped eyes on it, from it's haunted cellar
to the period chimney pots, my lovely pub is
a masterpiece of Victorian craftsmanship".
The pub has been extensively refurbished inside and out, revealing yet more of the original pub interior woodwork, plaster mouldings and masonry, including the beautiful pegged oak facia beam work and Victorian glazed tiled frontage.
The Pubs Long History
With credits to www.dover-kent.com
In 1795 this plot of land was bought for the building of four cottages by Thomas Harrison.
Two of which were converted in to a public house around 1870 by Thomas Royce.
Demolished in 1900 for the widening of Ladywell Road to over 20 feet wide.
Rebuilt in 1903 the Sir John Falstaff returns
and somehow manages to get through two world wars without any major damage.
Throughout the century and today, there have been several reports and sightings of a ghost in the cellar of this haunted pubic house.
A previous Landlord Sarah Webb reported coming face to face with the ghost in the ancient pub basement, a little girl with
short hair dressed in rags!.....
For More History About This PUB & Others!
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