Falcon Hotel

Falcon Hotel

Traditional

0.5 miles
1 London Street, Whittlesey, PE7 1BH
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Since the year 1600, Falcon Hotel has been serving traditional drinks and quality home-cooked fare to travellers from far and wide. Today, it is still well known for appealing to a wide range of clientele with various spaces and honest food.

Outside at the rear of the pub is a patio and car park, while inside the bar area is truly traditional, with comfy seating areas, fireplaces and a jukebox, and a bar stocked with quality Cask Marque ales, lager and wine. The more spacious lounge is a quieter place to relax, but plays host to entertainment during the week. Beamed ceilings and carpets throughout enhance the traditional charm, bearing the hallmark of a historical spot. The theme continues through to the separate restaurant area, which provides plenty of charm. The menu stays true to its history and offers a variety of characteristically British classics to feed residents and non-residents alike for breakfast, lunch or dinner. On Sunday, the traditional carvery is a firm favourite.

A well-appointed function suite can be hired for meetings and functions, while the eight individually styled guest bedrooms have all the modern comforts you need for a cosy stay.


+2Falcon Hotel
Opening Hours:
Mon:noon-2pm, 6.30pm-9pm
Tues:noon-2pm, 6.30pm-9pm
Weds:noon-2pm, 6.30pm-9pm
Thurs:noon-2pm, 6.30pm-9pm
Fri:noon-2pm, 6.30pm-9pm
Sat:noon-2pm, 6.30pm-9pm
Sun:noon-2.30pm

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