The Falcon Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Bromyard, Herefordshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

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The Falcon Hotel, Bromyard
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Accommodation Description:

A stylish, comfortable 10 bedroom hotel in a dramatic Tudor building set in the centre of the ancient and rural market town of Bromyard. Fine dine in the beautiful restaurant, relax in the comfortable lounge. Also there is a classic 18th century ballroom, oak panelled private room and separate Mews in the style of a medieval banqueting hall.

Outside there is a secluded patio, a garden and good, safe and free car parking.

The Falcon Hotel is a black and white half timbered Tudor building with original beams, charming public rooms and comfortable en suite bedrooms. It is family owned and run by Sylvia, John and Jane Silver. We offer 2 star ETB Bed and Breakfast accommodation in a variety of unique and individual rooms from single to quadruple.

There is fine dining on local produce in the beautiful Tudor dining room and comfortable adjournment in the lounge bar. Also, with our double cotillion elegant Ballroom, the dramatic and ancient Oak Room and the medieval style Falcon Mews, we can cater for weddings, conferences, private celebrations and the like. Even better, we can provide custom made Murder Mystery events.

Our hotel is in the main street of the ancient town of Bromyard with its traditional shops offering high quality local produce. The town offers a leisure centre with internet access, gym and fitness suite, also a theatre, the town square and an historic church. For those that like to walk, the dramatic Bromyard Downs are only half a mile away.

We are protected from excessive through traffic by the A44 by-pass. Bromyard, in the county of Herefordshire, is mid-way between Leominster and Worcester. We are ideally situated for touring the famous black and white villages of Herefordshire, the gardens and National Trust properties.

The countryside is delightful and the roads are usually quiet here. This really is rural England at its best. We welcome cyclists, walkers, fisherfolk, golfers, artists, poets, musicians et al.

We have BT wireless internet access.

From: £53.00

Room Facilities
Tea and coffee making facilities
Colour television
CD player
Ironing board

Lock-up facility for bicycles
Wakeup call
Steam room
Room service
Porter service
Ironing facilities
Adjoining rooms

Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Meeting rooms
Fax machine
Direct dial phone

Dining Facilities
The Tudor Dining Room lives up to its name, has lots of features and forms a really good environment for fine dining. Larger parties may use the Oak Room, Ballroom or The Mews. The Lounge is excellent for our Snack Menu.

Breakfast (Full cooked)

Child Facilities
Games available

Pet Policy
Other small pets

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Nearby Historic Attractions

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Bromyard Travel and Heritage Information

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