Inns in Uppingham
The Falcon Hotel at Uppingham welcomes business travellers and leisure guests alike - offering hospitality in the traditional sense. The Falcon Hotel originally a renowned 16th century coaching inn of great character and charm. Today the newly refurbished Falcon Hotel remains very much a living institution and focal point for the local community offering our guests the combination of traditional English hospitality and service coupled with all modern facilities.
Each of our 25 individually appointed rooms have their own private bathrooms and are equipped with direct dial telephones suitable for use with guests own computers, satellite television with radio and alarm, and hospitality tray. Our Superior bedrooms and range of suites, including the Apple Suite with its own sitting room and private garden, and our honeymoon suite with an original Elizabethan four-poster bed and cornered Jacuzzi bath offer guests additional levels of comfort.
The Tap Bar has for many years proved to be a popular local meeting place serving fine real ales and bar meals, alternatively there is the comfortable Brasserie lounge serving full meals and bar service. Both these areas have tremendous atmosphere in the winter evenings with their log fires blazing away.
The elegant Garden Terrace Restaurant offers the attractions of fine food and wines in delightful surroundings, making it a popular eating place for hotel guests and non-residents.
During the Summer months the beautifully cared for gardens at the rear of the hotel provide an excellent setting for both meals or just relaxing over drinks.
Our full size antique Snooker table has been beautifully restored and is available for guests use.
Whether your function is for business or pleasure the Falcon Hotel has three well-appointed suites all with natural daylight. Each has been faithfully restored to create the appropriate ambience according to the mood and style of the occasion.
Weddings and private dinners can be accommodated for up to 140 guests, meetings for up to 60.
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
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