Its façade and main structure are thought to date from 1626, around which time much of the street was redeveloped. Behind the frontage are significant remaining
elements of an earlier, timber-framed building, which traded as an inn during the Tudor period of the 1500s, under the name of The Tabard or possibly The Tabret.
It was part of the extensive holdings in the town of a wealthy religious organisation called the Guild of Our Lady of Oundle.
Whether you are looking for a welcoming place to spend the night or would simply like to enjoy a drink or a bite to eat surrounded by friendly faces, The Talbot is perfectly placed, right in the centre of the historic market town of Oundle. It has its own car park, offers all-day dining and an in-house coffee shop, free WiFi and is pet-friendly.