Denham, United Kingdom (PressExposure) October 13, 2009 -- The Falcon Inn was originally named Emmots Deye when Henry the Eighth was on the Throne. Situated in the pretty village of Denham, itself recorded as early as 1086 in the Doomsday Book, the local pub has been serving happy locals down the centuries.
Denham has long flirted with celebrity and the attractive main road and church has featured in many British films and TV programmes, the cast and crew of which have been well refreshed at the Falcon Inn and many have stayed at this popular Inn bed and breakfast in Buckinghamshire.
Today on rare occasions its possible to spot some of Denhams famous inhabitants enjoying a pint at The Falcon. Robert Lindsay, perhaps best know for his role as the grumpy dentist dad in 'My Family' is a resident as is the well loved TV entertainer Cilla Black. Previous residents of Denham are perhaps even more famous. Sir John Mills, the late actor was a resident in Denham village for many years and a plaque commemorating him can be found on his old house by the church. Roger Moore of 007 fame lived there as did the James Bond producer Harry Saltzman. As if by magic Paul Daniels was a Denham inhabitant as was Mike Oldfield, Jess Conrad, Raymond Baxter and Shane Ritchie.
Of the pubs, restaurants and hotels in Denham the Falcon Inn is the only one to be credited with the Cask Marque award for excellence and its featured in the Good Pub Guise and AA Pub Guide so whether you are interested in spying on celebrities or simply enjoying the beer the Falcon Inn in Denham makes an excellent and interesting place to stop. For further information about the Falcon Inn or Denham please visit [http://falcondeham.com] Press Release Distribution By PressReleasePoint