Falcon Hotel, Bromyard 01885 483034
Town center, family owned and run, free secure car park
10 en suite Bedrooms, a Restaurant, a Lounge Bar
the Oak Room, the Ballroom, the Falcon Mews
a good size free Car Park, a Patio and a Garden.
Walkers and cyclists, fishers and twitchers, musicians and actors, families and groups, couples and singles, workers and visitors, all and more are most welcome.
Our food, accommodation, facilities and distinctive non-corporate atmosphere are notable features. The town has lots of small independent shops.
We are an active part of Bromyard's festivals and theatrical events.
The on-line booking facility is through Eviivo and we also have a booking arrangement with Booking.com.
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For enquiries please telephone us on 01885 483034, email us on email@example.com or use our Contact button.
The track playing is Nonny James singing her own composition Bromyard Bromyard recorded by John Acock at JLS Studio, Bromyard, all copyrights are reserved. This and many other songs are available on ww.nonnyjames.com . Bromyard is noted for its music through association with Tony Burt, Remy Harris, The Stoned Cherries, The Spare Popes, The Folk Festival, The Boomtown Rats and others.
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 Bed and Breakfast accommodation in a variety of unique and individual rooms from single to quadruple. 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 gym and fitness suite, also a theatre, the town square and an historic church. For those who like to walk the Downs are only half a mile away. We are protected from excessive through traffic by the A44 by-pass so a quiet night is on the cards.
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 by-roads are quiet making cycling and walking particularly attractive.