Talbot Hotel

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

14 New Street
Ledbury
Gloucestershire
England
HR8 2DX

Talbot Hotel, Ledbury

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The Talbot Inn has combined the best of hospitality and atmosphere for more than 400 years. Ideally situated to discover the delights of Ledbury and the surrounding countryside a warm welcome is extended to you from the managers Andy and Maria Ward and their staff. Our beautiful oak panelled dining room with its fine carved overmantle was once the scene of fighting between the Cavaliers and the Roundheads.

On cold nights a cosy log fire awaits visitors in the warm and welcoming bar.

 4 star rating

From: £90.00


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Ledbury Travel and Heritage Information

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