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The Falcon Hotel

Chapel Street, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6HA

The Falcon Hotel was once a 16th century home, so you can enjoy the thrill of staying in genuine historic surroundings.

  • "You can do more than see the Tudor attractions – you can stay in one!"

    We love this hotel because...

    • Historical property
    • Al fresco dining
    • Many nearby theatres
    Check In: 2pm
    Check Out: 11am

    Plan Your Trip

    Stratford-upon-Avon is a town known for its Tudor history and for its most famous son, William Shakespeare. The Falcon Hotel is part of that history – a building that has stood for centuries, and is today one of the best 4 star hotels in the heart of the town.

    The hotel was once a 16th century residence and comprises a wide range of original features to prove it – from the distinctive timber framing and period-style windows outside, to the open fireplaces and stonework in the bar and lounge. The building has been given a few modern additions over time, with a sleek, stylish reception area and a range of comfortable, contemporary guestrooms (there are also a few rooms remaining in the original part of the building).

    As such, it’s one of the most historic hotels in the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon, providing the perfect base for exploring the town’s attractions. William Shakespeare’s birthplace is a short walk, while Harvard House and Halls Croft are just a stone’s throw from the hotel. If you’re visiting to take in a play, the magnificent Royal Shakespeare Theatre is within a few hundred meters.

    The hotel’s historic character is truly on show in the restaurant, with the period-style windows and wooden beams adding a real Tudor style to your dining experience, while a large skylight draws in plenty of natural light to give the room a bright, airy feel. Like the hotel itself, the menu combines British tradition with some more contemporary elements, offering a range of local, seasonal ingredients cooked to perfection.

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    Booking fee of £6 applies to each booking