The Talbot Hotel, Eatery and Coffee House is one of the town’s principal buildings dating from the 7th Century and was one of the first buildings in England to be classified as a grade 1 heritage property.
The Talbot re-opened in 2012 following an extensive refurbishment and restoration programme agreed with English Heritage. Bedroom numbers have been reduced from 40 to 34 enabling a number of bedroom suites and a larger restaurant to be created. 21st c facilities now rub shoulders with history.
The Eatery at the Talbot Hotel is fast gaining a reputation for its cuisine and delightful surroundings. The Peterborough Telegraph’s Joni Ager recently reviewed the Eatery and rated the experience 9 out 10. The new Coffee House with its patisserie offers a true high street coffee experience. Take a sofa in the glass house or a seat on one of our varied internal and external areas and our staff will come to you and take your order. Free WI Fi and newspapers in lounge areas.