Falcon Hotel

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1 London Street

Falcon Hotel, Whittlesey

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The Falcon Hotel is a charming 17th Century Coaching Inn situated in the narrower streets of the historic market town of Whittlesey. The Falcon offers the perfect delightful combination of rustic charm and comfort with excellent hospitality and service in a warm relaxing and friendly atmosphere. We pride ourselves on offering home made traditional and modern dishes to suit all palettes.Our well stocked bars provide a wide selection of wines from around the world and well kept real ales from all corners of Great Britain.

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