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Falcon Hotel
New Street
Stroud
Gloucestershire

GL6 6UN | View map
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The Falcon Inn and Hotel is situated in the heart of the legendary Cotswold countryside, in picturesque Painswick, the 'Queen of the Cotswolds'. The village is famous for it's unspoilt beauty and friendly welcome, and lies directly on the rambler's paradise the 'Cotswolds Way'.
The Falcon's location means that it is very much a first choice stopover for walkers and tourists enjoying the breathtaking, rambling Gloucestershire hills and valleys all around. The accomodation consists of twelve spacious, en-suite bedrooms fitted with TV, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities and luxury down feather bedding. Two of the rooms are also fitted with four poster beds, ideal for a romantic stay. he Falcon Inn is rated as 3 Crown Commended by the English Tourist Board as well as AA 2 star and RAC. There is a large restaurant providing a full and varied evening menu, along with specials, snacks and light bites at lunchtimes. There is a traditional, cosy bar area, as well as a more lively bar that provides live TV, pool and darts; along with friendly banter from the locals! This bar is also available for private hire and functions of all kinds.
Children and well behaved pets are welcome to stay at the Inn

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