- Very Good
- 4 guest reviews
"We had a lovely stay at the Falcon. We didn't eat there in the evening but did have breakfast which was lovely. They are passionate about th..."
"The room was clean and comfortable. Because the building is very old there are certain issues that need to be addressed - the window would n..."
"Lovely hotel in pretty location..."
"Painswick and the Falcon Inn is a very pleasant place to stay. The real ale as well as the food was excellent. The only downside is the nois..."
About the hotel
Dating back to 1554, The Falcon in Painswick is a small, select Cotswolds hotel situated in the heart of this beautiful historic village. With stylish accommodation, delicious home cooked food and a very warm welcome, the hotel provides a perfect base from which to explore the glorious Cotswold countryside, surrounding historic towns and villages and local places of interest. Whether you are looking for accommodation in the Cotswolds for a well deserved break, a function venue for a special occasion or just somewhere to pop in for a delicious, freshly prepared meal – you are assured of a warm and welcoming atmosphere at The Falcon.
Our restaurant offers the best of fresh, seasonal British food with an interesting twist in the belief that a dish should be savoured to the very last mouthful. A refreshing selection of wines, beers and well-kept ales are offered to enhance your meal. Please note we do advise bookings for our Restaurant are made in advance to avoid disappointment. If you're in the area touring the Cotswolds and looking for accommodation or just a welcoming place to eat - pop in and see us. You'll usually find a friendly local or two propping up the bar ready to give advice on the area and point you in the direction of the best sights and places to see in the Cotswolds. The Falcon, Painswick is a small, select hotel offering comfortable accommodation - perfect for relaxing those weary limbs after a day touring the glorious Cotswold countryside. The hotel has 11 bedrooms – a mix of twin, double and king rooms, many with delightful views over St Mary's Church and its' famous 99 clipped yews, and the lovely rolling countryside of the valley beyond. The bedrooms are characterful, some with pretty fireplaces, and all have an en-suite shower or bathroom. When staying at the Falcon hotel you can be sure of a comfortable bed with crisp, white linen, tea and coffee making facilities, a television and free wireless internet connection.
- 24 Hour Reception, Limited Hours Room Service, Wake Up Call Available
- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Restaurant, Bar
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- Up to 12 years old
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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75% would recommend it to a friend
Cosy & Caring in the Cotswolds
We had a lovely stay at the Falcon.
We didn't eat there in the evening but did have breakfast which was lovely. They are passionate about their food provenance and it showed. The hotel is quirky but there isn't a lot you could do about that e.g. there isn't any double glazing and it is right on the main road through the town so it is noisy. BUT if you want a quiet room go book a large chain one in the middle of nowhere. This hotel is about the customer service, the food, and the joys of walking in the stunning Cotswolds. If that is for what you are searching in a hotel then book here. Only suggestion to hotel would be that for the front rooms (one of which we had) they could maybe provide ear plugs for the light sleepers like I!
Coming home from Cornwall
The room was clean and comfortable.
Because the building is very old there are certain issues that need to be addressed - the window would not shut properly and it was very noisy all night from the passing traffic. Also downstairs in the dining room we could hear the cellar air-conditioning which was very loud overpowering the music that was on. We could also hear this in the bedroom during the night - we did not have a very restful night.