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Bar nice, staff friendly, rooms cramped and basic with uncomfortable beds. Shower room tiny, stained smelly carpet, dripping tap, filthy light pull, wonky tiles with dirty grouting & broken toilet roll holder. At £150 a night we were so disappointed with the poor quality of...More
On arrival initially welcome was friendly. But when I pointed out that the "wifi in every room" wasn't working, my concerns were not taken seriously. Explaining that we needed wifi to complete work on this evening and that I would have considered 150 pounds a...More
Stayed just one night in a comfortable clean Twin ensuite room (no 9).
The Talbot is an out of town country inn and my room was part of the main building - there is a newer annex at the rear.
Whilst the room was reflective...More
Stayed here overnight for it's convenient location to all sorts of amenities. Ales are very good and so is the steak and ale pie.
The pub seems to be quite popular for meals which are served all day.
We were show to our room which...More
We stayed at this inn as a group of four fly angler's. After fishing a competition at nearby Farmoor we made our way to The Talbot for a quick pint before showering and changing for an evening meal. We were shown to our rooms which...More
US$82 - US$185 (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.