My husband I stayed for one night in room 12 overlooking the front of the hotel.
We found there were maintenance issues and staff shortage. The breakfast was very poor with no choice and just one member of staff waiting on quite a number of tables. This should not reflect on individuals who were doing their best but bad management. The hotel was generally unprofessionally run and more like a public house with accommodation than a hotel.
Unfortunately we will not be returning.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Falcon Hotel is a 17th century coaching inn on the east bank of the River Severn at Bridgnorth. It is one of Bridgnorth’s best known hostelries. The hotel has been under new management from October 2012. All rooms have been refurbished and the top floor has been totally re built with en suites added. This has created a hotel with a total of 15 rooms, provided with a mixture of double, twin, single and family rooms. The rooms are all on a bed and breakfast basis. The Falcon is a substantial building that retains many of the original features. It is a Grade II Listed period property of traditional construction.There are two outside seating areas. One is enclosed at the rear of the hotel and the other is at the side of the hotel allowing access to both the carpark and the town centre, via the arch. The car park is open to the public on a pay and display basis but residents are issued with a parking permit during their stay. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Falcon Hotel Bridgnorth, Shropshire