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Legacy Falcon Hotel
Chapel Street
Stratford-upon-Avon
Warwickshire

CV37 6HA | View map

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Be amongst the first to enjoy the completion of the hotelís fantastic GBP 2.5 million refurbishment. Dating back to the 16th century, the Legacy Falcon Hotel is a quintessential Tudor residence. Featuring decorative half-timbering and narrow, slanted windows it encapsulates Tudor charm. The interiors boast rich, regal colours, exposed wood panelling and wrought-iron fittings; a blissfully cosy environment.

Accommodation consists of 53 newly refurbished rooms in the slightly more modern section of the hotel, situated at the rear. 20 rooms are based in the mid-section part of the original building. The hotel is located just 6 miles from the M40 and has its own car park for 120 cars. Many of the areas of the hotel have retained their traditional features. Relax in the Scholars or the Merlin Lounge, which boasts a real open fire. The marble floored covered walkway is ideal for enjoying afternoon tea, whilst overlooking the garden - an unexpected pleasure in such a central town location.

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