Gay Accommodation Thrapston and Oundle

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Gay Friendly Hotel and Restaurant, Licensed for Gay Civil Wedding Ceremonies
The Talbot Hotel, New Street, Oundle, Northamptonshire


www.thetalbot-oundle.com

The Talbot hotel is a grade 1 listed 17th century building that is full of character and history sitting at the heart of the beautiful stone built, Georgian town of Oundle, one of England’s most picturesque and unspoilt small towns in the beautiful Nene river valley. The town of Oundle sits aside a meander on the River Nene that flows past on its tireless journey to sea. Although the hotel’s origins date from the original timber hostelry of 638 AD, The Talbot was rebuilt from the stone ruins of nearby Fotheringhay Castle in 1626. The ghost of Mary Queen of Scots, who was imprisoned and executed at the castle, is said to haunt parts of the hotel and in particular the magnificent oak staircase down which she reputedly walked to her execution. The intimate restaurant serves very good and exciting contemporary dishes and traditional classic pub food is available in the cosy bar, together with fine wines and real ales. The Talbot Hotel has 35 en-suite bedrooms that include ultra modern and traditional rooms. All are beautifully presented and well equipped with flat screen TV, Free Wi-Fi, generous hospitality tray, and ironing facilities. The Talbot is licensed for civil partnership ceremonies and the Whitwell Room with its traditional oak panelling, stone fireplaces is a stunning venue for your wedding ceremony. The Westgate Suite has a reception area, bar facilities, a dance floor and has direct access to the garden. Without doubt The Talbot Hotel is steeped with a fine distinguished heritage and provides a fabulous place to stay, dine and is a stunning backdrop for a wedding. The delicious blend of The Talbot's long distinguished heritage together with unashamed modernity is fabulous, but despite all these obvious comforts, it is the welcoming and friendly team of staff that puts this beautiful hotel on the list of “must stays” in Northamptonshire. 



 

Gay Friendly Self Catering Accommodation, Oundle, Northamptonshire
Oundle Bespoke Apartments, Oundle, Northamptonshire


www.oundlebespokeapartments.co.uk



 
 
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