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Stayed for a couple of nights just me and the dog. Made very welcome. The dog friendly room is superb but costly. But hey, spend the kids inheritance! Great countryside. Breakfast excellent. Evening menu not bad. Beer good.
Located slightly away from any town this is a lovely place to relax and enjoy a beer in the evening.
The rooms have adequate comfort with enough space.
The bar is lovely with some good options for any meal.
The title of my review pretty much says it all. The bar and restaurant area looked nice and felt homely. It's a traditional pub with a clean look and somewhere that I'd be happy to go back to for food and drinks. The food was...More
Stayed here whilst visiting some local friends. £150 a night for a 3 star hotel is steep but we still expected a reasonable stay.
Instead we got a dated room which needed some updating. Rotting woodwork on the bath, rusty radiator with lots of dust....More
We stayed at the Talbot because of its proximity to Blenheim Palace for the jazz festival. They charged a premium because of the festival but it was definitely not worth £198 a night. The room was quite basic and the bathroom old fashioned. There was...More
US$66 - US$144 (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.