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We booked a table for 8 on the first Saturday of the year as a post Xmas family get together. Our table was ready on time tucked away so that we could catch up with 4 noisy children without disturbing other diners. Our order was...More
Stayed here for one night with my fiancée in their twin double room.
Small, though very cosy and comfortable. Bathroom was communal and a little dated, but more than sufficient.
The breakfast the following morning was very swiftly prepared, and we enjoyed every part of...More
Stayed here during a couple of days in the Cotswolds. The Talbot is a lovely, friendly and warm place to stay with a nice bar and superb breakfast - i recommend room 4 which is like your own cottage and even posted my shirt which...More
Warmly welcomed as soon as we came through the door by friendly staff. Prompt service and delicious food i had the steak pie and my husband had a burger - the quality of the meat was impressive. Certainly worth a visit.
Chance booking got me and my roommate toTalbot Inn and we loved every moment we spent in it. Perched on a quiet road on Eynsham on the outskirts of Oxford, you will love this place in a heartbeat.. Paul manages this place and he is...More
$67 - $145 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I suggest contacting the Inn direct. I stayed there for just one night. I cannot recall what time breakfast was, but can remember it sustaining two mad grandmothers bent on canoeing down the Thames. It was a good... More
I suggest contacting the Inn direct. I stayed there for just one night. I cannot recall what time breakfast was, but can remember it sustaining two mad grandmothers bent on canoeing down the Thames. It was a good breakfast and I would recommend it again.