The Talbot at Knightwick

The Old Wing

King Charles

One of four double bedrooms in The Old Wing of The Talbot, situated at the back of the building, over looking the Riverside Lawn.

This bedroom showcases a large double bed, flat screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, an en suite with a bath, a jar of artisan biscuits, and a nightcap of cassis from the Talbot Kitchen, made from produce gathered from the Kitchen Garden, or given to us by local green-thumbs whom cannot use their extra fruit.

There is a stunning view of the Riverside Lawn, which also looks out further onto the hillsides that surround The Talbot. You can also see the footbridge that goes over the River Teme.

Wedger's

The second of four double bedrooms in The Old Wing of The Talbot, situated at the front of the building, with dual aspect views over looking the Riverside Lawn and Ankerdine Hill.

This bedroom showcases a large double bed with canopy, flat screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, an en suite with a shower, a jar of artisan biscuits, and a nightcap of cassis from the Talbot Kitchen, made from produce gathered from the Kitchen Garden, or given to us by local green-thumbs whom cannot use their extra fruit.

There is a stunning view of the Riverside Lawn, which also looks out further onto the hillsides that surround The Talbot. You can also see the footbridge that goes over the River Teme, and a great view of Ankerdine Hill.

Battlements II

The third of the four double rooms within The Old Wing of The Talbot, situated at the front of the building, over looking the Riverside Lawn, and surrounding countryside.

This bedroom showcases a large double bed, flat screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, an en suite with a shower, a jar of artisan biscuits, and a nightcap of cassis from the Talbot Kitchen, made from produce gathered from the Kitchen Garden, or given to us by local green-thumbs whom cannot use their extra fruit.

There is a stunning view of the Riverside Lawn, which also looks out further onto the rural landscapes that surround The Talbot. You can also see the footbridge that goes over the River Teme.

Fisherman's

One of two twin rooms within The Old Wing of The Talbot, situated at the front of the building, over looking the Ankerdine Hill, and a section of our Riverside Lawn.

This bedroom has two spacious single beds (which can be rearranged to make one double bed), flat screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, an en suite with a shower, a jar of artisan biscuits, and a nightcap of cassis from the Talbot Kitchen, made from produce gathered from the Kitchen Garden, or given to us by local green-thumbs whom cannot use their extra fruit.

There is a stunning view of Ankerdine Hill, and also looks out further onto the rural landscapes that surround The Talbot.

Ankerdine

The second of the twin rooms within The Old Wing of The Talbot, situated at the side of the building, over looking the Ankerdine Hill, and Knightwick Church.

This bedroom has two spacious single beds (which can be rearranged to make one double bed), flat screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, an en suite with a shower, a jar of artisan biscuits, and a nightcap of cassis from the Talbot Kitchen, made from produce gathered from the Kitchen Garden, or given to us by local green-thumbs whom cannot use their extra fruit.

There is a stunning view of Ankerdine Hill, and also looks out further onto the rural landscapes that surround The Talbot, including the Knightwick Church tower.

Rudy's

The final room of the four double rooms within The Old Wing of The Talbot, situated at the back of the building, over looking the Brewery, and surrounding countryside, including the Hop Fields of the farm behind The Talbot, Ankerdine Farm.

This bedroom showcases a large double bed, flat screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, an en suite with a shower, a jar of artisan biscuits, and a nightcap of cassis from the Talbot Kitchen, made from produce gathered from the Kitchen Garden, or given to us by local green-thumbs whom cannot use their extra fruit.

There is a stunning view of the rural landscapes that surround The Talbot, including the Hop Fields of Ankerdine Farm, which you can walk around. You may also see the Teme Valley Brewery team working hard to create new batches of This, That and T'other.