We stayed at the Falcon on the night of the Wednesday 14th November. We were there having attended a funeral at nearby Prinknash Abbey. In fact the family virtually took over the place. 27 of us sat down for dinner that night and the staff coped admirably.
As we were driving up from Somerset we had asked if we could arrive a little early so that we could change which was no problem to them at all. Jackie had said that if the rooms weren't ready that she would sort something out for us. In the event the rooms were ready and we were in room 3 which was very comfortable and well appointed with a lovely view over to the church.
All the staff were very welcoming and couldn't do enough for you. Even though there were so mnay of us for dinner everyone was served at virtually the same tine with the correct dish.
We would certainly go back there if we needed to be in that area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Falcon Inn sits opposite a quintessential English village church with its famous 99 clipped yew trees sitting in its grounds. The Falcon was first opened as a coaching inn in the 16th century and carries out the aims of the coaching inn to this day, the transport to it is just a little bit different. Great food, service and hospitality are provided at value for money prices. Painswick is not to be missed and the Falcon is the place to stay. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Falcon Hotel Painswick
- Falcon Inn Painswick, England