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About Us

The Falcon Hotel in Uppingham Rutland, East Midlands

The Falcon Hotel is a stunning 16th Century coaching inn that is the pride of Uppingham’s historic Market Place. The Falcon is now an elegant and welcoming place to enjoy a restful break, high tea in the afternoon or a wonderful evening meal.

Each room in the Falcon has been lovingly renovated with tasteful décor; our rooms have unique touches; such as hand-picked original furniture and plush fabrics, while the Main Lounge and Tap Bar are welcoming areas to enjoy food or a beverage, with wood-burning fires and cosy sofas. The Falcon is certainly every bit the home from home.

If you fancy a change of scenery during your stay with us, you are welcome to dine at Don Paddy's or enjoy drinks at the Vaults and your bill will be charged back to the hotel.

  • Free resident car parking

  • Free Wifi access

  • Room service

  • Conference facilities 

  • Tea & coffee making facilities  

  • Bespoke toiletries

  • Iron & ironing board

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Don Paddy’s has a warm and inviting atmosphere in the heart of the Market Place, serving an innovative twist on brasserie food alongside an extensive selection of house and fine wines, continental lagers and cask marque awarded real ales.


Designed with a vintage theme, Don Paddy’s is a great meeting place, full of character and charm, which transforms from a vibrant coffee house by day to a bustling bar by night, with a delicious selection of cakes and food to see you through the day into the late hours.

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Private Dining &

The Falcon Hotel‘s private dining spaces have been created to compliment the restaurant and hotel, providing for a lavish special occasion to an intimate family party.
For events which require more privacy and exclusivity, The Falcon Hotel strives to meet your every need.

The Garden Terrace

Hosts up to 130 guests 


The Oakroom

Hosts up to 30 guests


The Club Room

Hosts up to 15 guests

The Vaults is Uppingham’s version of a traditional English pub, with a generous selection of cask ales, continental beers and local brews set in the cosy welcoming Grade II listed building, dating from the 17th century.

Still showing its original character features, The Vaults has been updated with comfy sofas, wood-burning fires and warm colours, making it a relaxing place to meet.

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