A Falcon milestone

Staff and customers at a Shropshire restaurant and hotel
are raising a glass to two important milestones. The
Falcon Hotel in Bridgnorth is celebrating the second
anniversary of its reopening and the completion of a
£500,000 renovation programme.

Karl Owen, one of three partners behind the Falcon, based
in St John’s Street, said that he was very proud of what
had been achieved over the last two years. The Falcon,
a former 17th century coaching inn, was relaunched in
November 2017 after a transformation project which
retained many of the traditional features, such as beams
and flooring. A restaurant seating 80 people, a spacious
lounge, private dining and meeting room and impressive
bar area were created.

Karl said, “We’ve continued to invest in the hotel since
then and have now fully refurbished the 14 beautiful
ensuite rooms… and we have exciting plans for the future.”

Falcon staff celebrating the anniversary (l-r): Jonathan Hawkins, Joanne Cole and Corey Richardson

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