Lovingly restored, making the most of its elegant Georgian features, The Falcon offers superb, locally sourced dishes in varied dining settings where there is space to relax and recharge. Even better, after a day exploring this stunning corner of The Cotswolds, a walkers’ delight, choose to stay in one of the stylish, characterful rooms and relish the chance to retreat from ‘real life'. Explore or retreat but always restore.
Where is The Falcon located?
There are 11 uniquely decorated, thoughtfully crafted bedrooms with bold statement prints, antique furniture and mismatched textures. Think exposed stoned walls, Georgian features and bathroom floors covered in vibrant patterned tiles.
What cuisine is on offer at The Falcon?
From suites to more intimate doubles, all the bedrooms at the Falcon have those little luxuries designed take your stay to the next level. Bramley toiletries and fluffy white towels in the bathrooms, Smart TVs and quality teas and coffees are just part of the story. All rooms are dog friendly.
What is the signature dish at The Falcon?
Step out the front door of The Falcon and you take a step back in time. Painswick is a remarkably unspoilt corner of one the UK’s most beautiful regions. Its narrow laneways are full of beautiful, stone houses with a quintessentially English feel. There are boutique shops to explore and the stunning 18th-century Rococo Garden to discover. If you’re feeling more active, Painswick has The Cotswolds Way passing through it and The Falcon has its own guide to local, loved walks.
What makes a meal at The Falcon unique?
Whether it's in The Falcon's stone-floored dining room, the 'library' or in the bar area, All produce is locally sourced and prepared fresh in the kitchen daily. You can dine with stunning views of the idyllic village, peppered with mellow honey-coloured stone houses and the striking St Mary’s, with its famed churchyard housing the world-famous 99 Yew trees.