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The Falcon Hotel, Stratford Upon Avon - pub details

Falcon Hotel

Address: Chapel St, Stratford Upon Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 6HA [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Stratford-upon-avon (0.4 miles), Wilmcote (3.2 miles), Bearley (4.2 miles)

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General information: Hotel bar open to non-residents.

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 9 users)
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user reviews of the Falcon Hotel, Stratford Upon Avon

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We sat in the front part by the door on Friday night because of the darts being shown on the two screens in the much larger bar. The Purity UBU was £3.90 which was the most expensive pint I drank in Stratford that night. No more than a dozen people drinking.
paul_d102 - 3 Dec 2012 13:17
Slightly posh bar in this hotel. Barman friendly, Mad Goose on tap tasting delightfully divine! One customer seemed to think members of the public shouldn't have been in there, but no signs indicating "Residents Only!" were visible and we were welcomed by other customers as well as the staff.
ng10 - 11 Aug 2011 09:31
Looked through the windows of a few likely places along this street for something to eat with the kids, after they went into the butterfly farm. This looked the most likely, due to the kids preferences on the food.

Impressive from outside and inside - we sat by an open fire just through the door. Popped around to the bar, where we served by a very helpful staff member who also warned of the £3.75 credit card surcharge.

Had a pint of hand pulled Pure Beer - excellent. Food was good, as was service.

Slice of history with my lunch!
anonymous - 21 Feb 2011 14:59
Looked through the windows of a few likely places along this street for something to eat with the kids, after they went into the butterfly farm. This looked the most likely, due to the kids preferences on the food.

Impressive from outside and inside - we sat by an open fire just through the door. Popped around to the bar, where we served by a very helpful staff member who also warned of the £3.75 credit card surcharge.

Had a pint of hand pulled Pure Beer - excellent. Food was good, as was service.

Slice of history with my lunch!
anonymous - 21 Feb 2011 14:59
This place has changed a little bit since Roger reviewed it nearly 3 years ago and probably for the better. No significant change to the decor but on the negative side there are now 2 plasma screens and the music being played in the bar was from the TMF channel on the TVs.

The good news is that they now have 2 handpumps selling Purity UBU and Mad Goose, the Mad Goose was very well kept. Whether itís because they have some decent beer on now I donít know, but it was pretty busy for a Tuesday lunchtime when we called and quite a few people were drinking the real stuff. It is a bit pricey, but itís also quite a pleasant place. Get rid of the plasmaís and itíll improve even more.

ROBCamra - 5 Nov 2009 15:25

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