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Talbot Hotel, Oundle, Northamptonshire (Public house) - Open
Address:
New Street
   
Oundle
   
PETERBOROUGH
   
Phone:
(01832) 273621
Hours:
11-11; 11-midnight Fri & Sat
Beers:
Black Sheep Best Bitter [H]
   
guest beer [H]
   
Various beers from Digfield
   
This pub sells beer from a local brewery.

The hotel’s origins date from the timber hostelry of 638 AD but the Talbot was rebuilt using stone from the ruins of Fotheringhay Castle in 1626. The ghost of Mary Queen of Scots, who was executed at the castle, is said to haunt parts of the hotel. Oak beams and open fires. Several different rooms and areas available. Function room upstairs. Coffee shop and patisserie. Good outdoor areas. Popular for weddings with up to 100 guests.
Real fireFamily roomGarden/Outdoor areaAccommodation - Details: 34 rooms including some with four-posterLunchtime mealsEvening mealsPub on bus route - Route(s): Routes: 24, X4 - Distance: 0ParkingRestaurantFunction room - Details: UpstairsWiFi


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