Pubs / Inns

The Talbot, Knightwick, Worcester, Worcestershire

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Dogs
Small Pets

The Talbot is a 15th Century pet friendly inn offering good food, guest accommodation and home brewed ales. The bed and breakfast accommodation is located in the village of Knightwick, Worcester, Worcestershire which is in the Malvern Hills. The inn is close to the River Severn which is ideal for fishing and we have fishing rights to a stretch of the River Teme.

The bar is a lively place to be at the inn, there are open fires and home produced ales served as well as bar food. The restaurant is a relaxing place to be and is where traditional and seasonal produce is served. We produce and make our own preserves, breads, black pudding and raised pies. We grow 'chemical free' vegetables and herbs and brew beer on the premises; mixed and green salads also come from our own garden. We glean and gather wild food from the fields and hedgerows around us and buy in no processed food.

The inn also has a private dining room which is ideal for functions. The room can seat up to 20 on 1 table or 38 on smaller tables and we can tailor make the menu for your needs. There are conference facilities available in a room that can seat up to 70 people.

This pet friendly accommodation is local to many places of interest such as:

Hereford Cathedral.
Worcester Cathedral.
Kyre Park Gardens.
West Midlands Safari Park.
Severn Valley Steam Railway.
Ludlow Castle.

For more information about our pet friendly inn in Worcestershire please see our website.

4 Star Visit England.

Contact Name: Annie Clift
Telephone: 01886 821235
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.the-talbot.co.uk
Features: Off street parking, Garden, Children welcome, Wifi, Freeview TV, Golf nearby, Real ales served, Independent, Walks nearbyStar Rating:
Special Offers: None at the moment.
Prices:   Room per night based on 2 people sharing £60 to £100


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