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The Talbot Inn

The Talbot Inn

Address

14 New Street,
LEDBURY,
HR8 2DX

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The Talbot Inn in the pretty market town of Ledbury has been welcoming guests for over 400 hundred years, with its black and white timbered front, joining 4 buildings, the oldest part dating back to around 1550.

The Talbot’s oak panelled dining room with its fine carved overmantle serving the best of food and fine wine, combined with good old fashioned service is an experience worth having. The well stocked bar with its log fire and award winning cask ales (Good Beer Guide 10th Year) and over 15 wines by the glass is just the place to meet for lunch or just a coffee.

We care about the quality of our food.The quality of the products that we source and the care that we take with them to produce great food is of paramount importance to us. Our poultry and eggs are free range and all our meats are sourced from award winning suppliers Walter Rose & Sons of Devizes. Our attention to detail will ensure that you can be assured of great quality meal every time you visit with us.

For those warmer days we have a courtyard garden which can be quite a sun trap and a heated area for cooler times.

The Talbot is located just off of Ledbury’s High Street with its Market House on stilts, its fine buildings and its unique specialist shops for some really good retail therapy.

Ledbury is ideally located for the Malvern Hills, Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley. It’s also only a short drive to Hereford, Gloucester, Worcester, and Cheltenham. The Three Counties Showground and Eastnor Castle with their many varied and exciting events are close byThe Talbot is a 16th Century coaching inn located in the centre of historic Ledbury.

Location

Directions

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Map reference: SO 710375  Lat: 52.03514 Long: -2.42415

We are at the top end of New Street, just below the traffic lights, which is 'No Entry'. Best approach is from the bypass roundabout by the Full Pitcher pub, follow the signs to the Town Centre and we are on the top right.