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Dating back to 1554 the Falcon is a small, select hotel and restaurant situated in the centre of the beautiful Cotswold village of Painswick. Overlooking the historic village church and it's famous 99 clipped yew trees, the Falcon hotel offers great hospitality with a warm welcome.
In a hilltop setting, surrounded by stunning Cotswold countryside, the charming village of Painswick is an historic wool town which boasts a fine array of listed buildings sitting in narrow, winding streets. Painswick is one of the most picturesque Cotswold Villages and provides a perfect base from which to explore The Cotswolds and surrounding areas.
Our 11 individually styled bedrooms provide comfortable accommodation and our welcoming restaurant and bar offer delicious home cooked food and a wide selection of drinks, wines and real ales.
Whether you are looking for a hotel in the Cotswolds for a well deserved break, a function venue for a special occasion (The Shires private suite is perfect for weddings, christenings and parties), a base for visiting Cheltenham Races or just somewhere to pop in for a delicious, freshly prepared meal - you are assured of a warm welcome at the Falcon Hotel, Painswick.
We are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday to Sunday inclusive.
The hotel has 11 characterful bedrooms - a mix of twin, double and king rooms. Some rooms have pretty fireplaces and many come with delightful views over St Mary’s Church and its’ famous 99 clipped yews, and the lovely rolling countryside of the valley beyond.
All rooms are en-suite, tastefully decorated and have comfortable beds with crisp, white linen. Facilities include White Company toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities, free wi-fi, freeview TV, radio alarm clock and hair dryer. An iron, ironing board and fans are available on request.
Whichever type of bedroom you choose, you’ll be sure of a warm welcome, stylish accommodation and a comfortable night’s sleep at The Falcon, Painswick.