The Flying Dutchman Southampton is a versatile, welcoming bar and hotel in the heart of Historic
Southampton and is just a stones throw away from the bustling Oxford Street.
Under new ownership and with a new management team the hotel boasts 15 en-suite, various
sized rooms. Each room features comfy beds with soft fresh linen, flat screen TV s and WI-FI.
Ideal for business or pleasure, the Hotel is within easy access of both the M27 and M3 motorways
and is only 10 minutes from Southampton Airport.
Please note that nearby parking is on street and off site, so additional charges may apply.
Southampton Football Club is a 14 minutes walk from the Bar so great for a drink before or after the games.
The Saints were formed by, amongst others, players from the old Dearney FC, which itself came into being in 1880. Most of those players were part of the congregation at St Mary's Church, after which their new stadium has been named. The team's most productive period was the late seventies and early eighties. They beat Manchester United 1-0 in the final of the FA Cup in 1976, and then, after a brief lull, they went on to finish runners-up in the old First Division in 1984. Fast Fact:Southampton's record fee received fro m a transfer is 8.1 million pounds paid by Tottenham for Dean Richards in 2001