The Talbot Hotel

A Hotel in Berriew, Powys

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Berriew
Berriew
Powys
Wales
SY21 8PJ

The Talbot Hotel, Berriew

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The Talbot Hotel is situated just back from the Berriew bridge over the river Rhiw. The spot is idyllic and the welcome provided by your hosts Jackie & mark will make you eager to return for more.

The Hotel is just yards from the Aquaduct carrying the Montgomery Canal which is part of the Servern Way - very popular with walkers. A sublime setting in this beautiful part of the border country for all types of rural pursuits - walking fishing shooting and golf. A warm welcome and fine food await the discerning traveler.

We have six ensuite bedrooms all recently refurbished. All rooms have Freeview tea & coffee facilities and wireless internet access ensuring guests of a most comfortable stay. We have a Dining room that has a wide range of homemade food on the menu made from local produce.

Our bar has a pool table dart board nintendo wii and sky sports. Berriew is one of the most charming scenic villages. Old black and white timbered buildings line the River Rhiw which winds its way through the village.

Berriew is home to Andrew Logan's Museum of Sculpture he is a world-renowned artist famed for staging the first ever Alternative Miss World Contest! Silver Scenes where some of the finest crafted designs are on display is also well worth a visit. The Hotel is just yards form the Aquaduct carrying the Montgomery Canal which is part of the Servern Way - very popular with walkers. A warm welcome awaits you.

3 star rating

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Room Facilities
Hairdryer
Tea and coffee making facilities
Dining guide
High speed internet connection
Colour television
Alarm clock
Freeview
Wireless internet connection
Fire alarm with light
Non-smoking

Amenities
Lock-up facility for bicycles
Lounge
Wakeup call
Room service (24 hour)
Ironing facilities
Restaurant
Bar
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Non-smoking (throughout)
Internet access (high speed) in public areas

Parking
Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Internet connection (high speed)
Printer

Dining Facilities
We have a 40 seat restaurant and small dining room to the side which seats 22. At the Talbot we are well known for our homecooked food and Welsh steaks which are supplied by Celtic Pride and also our traditional Sunday roasts.

Meals
Dinner
Lunch
Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Highchairs
Children's menu

Pet Policy
No pets

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Nearby Historic Attractions

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