We have six and a half character bedrooms offering a high standard of comfort. Then add Ledbury a Market Town with charm and character. Coming to The Lake feast Festival in Eastnor' Deer Park.

Ledbury is a perfect location for a 4 day or longer break. The winter is when the Talbot is at its best, roaring log fire.

Ledbury itself is a picturesque town thought to take its name from the nearby River Leadon.

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Flat screen tv with freeview, Wi Fi, Hospitality Tray, wash hand basin and wardrobe.

In olden days there was straw to sleep on, now a very comfortable bed. Hospitality tray with tea, coffee and mineral water. Names after Edward Elgar one of the worlds most famouse composer's He was born in Malvern which is only 4 miles away. A very small but well appointed room with private bath and shower room (not ensuite).

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With trains from London Paddington and Birmingham New Street among the many that stop there each day, Ledbury railway station has been serving the Herefordshire market town of Ledbury for well over 150 years.Ledbury Tunnel is a single-track railway tunnel immediately to the east of Ledbury railway station on the Cotswold Line, in Herefordshire, England.The tunnel through the limestone Dog Hill was opened in 1861 by the Worcester and Hereford Railway, and remains in use today.Asset Groupings are not part of the official record but are added later for information.Legacy Record - This information may be included in the List Entry Details.Ledbury was a Royalist stronghold The Talbot has been welcoming guests for over 400 hundered years, with its black and white timbered front, the oldest part dating back to around 1550.