Said to be haunted by the ghost of Mary Queen of Scots, this Elizabethan hotel has historic features and an on-site restaurant. The Talbot offers en suite bedrooms, WiFi access and free parking.
Each en suite bedroom offers tea and coffee making facilities and a TV with Freeview channels. Some of the bedrooms feature bathrobes and slippers.
The restaurant and bar offer traditional British cuisine, fine wines and real ales. The Talbot Hotel boasts oak beams, open fires and many other historic qualities. Some parts of the hotel come from Fotheringhay Castle. This includes the staircase, which Mary Queen of Scots walked down before being executed.
Oundle is a town with Georgian architecture and a 14th-century church. Close by is Lyveden New Bield, the remains of a cross-shaped 16th-century lodge. Peterborough (and its shopping centre) is just 16 km away.