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We stayed for two nights as part of a family group weekend. The room (King Charle's - with misplaced apostrophe) was very dated, although reasonably comfortable. the bathroom was good - though who has carpet in a bathroom any more? Breakfast was variable - great...More
Two of us had lunch last weekend, we both had the same, Steak sandwich with chips, it was one piece of bread, a small amount of very nice steak cut into slices, a very small amount of coleslaw and salad. We had a pint of...More
What a gem this place is. They brew there own beer which is very good and the food is extremely tasty. Good size beer garden for those sunny days and a lovely olde woldy bar area. Gets very busy on sunny weekends and the only...More
I visit here twice annually and have never been disappointed yet. The food is excellent and you will never leave here hungry. Staff are friendly and provide good service. The bar is well stocked and serves several beers brewed on site. Well worth a visit.
I can't understand why there are disparaging comments about the Talbot on TA: I found it to be welcoming, interesting and enjoyable. The Talbot is a fascinating mixture of styles: An airy and stylish restaurant just inside an ancient oak doorway. A beautiful Edwardian library...More
$142 - $148 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official star rating provided by VisitEngland, the National Tourist Board.
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