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All reviews lovely hotel lovely town coaching inn steeped in history historic building enjoyable stay comfortable rooms mary queen of scots car park a lovely stay lovely room breakfast was excellent night stay full english afternoon tea evening meal sandwiches
Well i only have good things to say about the talbot and all the staff. Firstly Beth the lovely lady who is in charge of events is fantastic. We had looked at other venues and no one even came close to the customer service she...More
My wife and I joined a close friend for a light lunch this week. First time for us and excellent food and services. Definitely plan to return with other family and friends sometime in the near future. Slightly expensive but good quality food.
Comfortable room in building full of history --- staff helpful and knowledgeable, food very good and not too expensive.Would consider again for a longer stay, only stayed overnight this time. Now want to understand more of the history of the area
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Following a disappointing Sunday lunch last year we tried again today - the experience was also underwhelming. Despite the surrounding pubs being full, this well situated and comfortable restaurant in the busy town was empty. It is probably explained by the confusing menu and poor...More
We came here expecting great things, however I left quite disappointed.
We ordered two teas, one mocha, one chocolate muffin, lemon drizzle and a Bakewell slice. Everything came as ordered, within a reasonable time frame. The cakes however were the disappointment of the order.