COVID TIER 2
We remain closed however, if you need hotel rooms we may be able to accommodate y
Furher to the government announcement placing us in tier 2 restrictions we have made the difficult decision to remain closed until the new year.
Tier 2 is the worst of all scenarios as the financial cost to open potentially far outweigh the revenue forecast.
This year has been a nightmare for our industry but for us, we have decided that it's best to stay closed for the safety of our team and our guests.
We are working on some new ideas for a relaunch in January or February and look forward to welcoming you back then.
We are grateful for the support you've given us over the years and would like to wish you all a safe & happy Christmas and we hope that next year brings more cheer than 2020.
Stay safe & weel.
We've Been Ordered to Close Again
We are closed again by order of the Government.
The scheduled reopening date is December 2nd however, the situation is always being reviewed.
Thank you for your continued support.
ACCOMMODATION - We are still able to allow residents to book provided that overnight accommodation is necessary for your job.
Please send us an email on the link below if you need accommodation. We will do our best to accommodate you however, this will be on a ROOM ONLY basis with no bar or restaurant facilities
NEW - BID FOR YOUR ROOM
Got a budget in mind - Let's see what we can do...
We understand that with all that is going on, every penny counts.
So, let us know the dates of your stay, what room you'd like and how much you'd like to pay.
If we can meet the rate, it's yours! (usual Ts & Cs apply)
If we agree a rate, it will only apply to direct bookings and will be on a fully pre paid, non refundable basis
COVID - 19
The New Law and How It Affects Us
On Thursday 24th September it became law for pubs & restaurants to:-
Close at 10pm
Implement FULL TABLE SERVICE
Insist on guests wearing masks when moving around the premises
Click the link below
WHAT WE'RE ABOUT
If you're looking for a traditional village pub with a great Wharf side setting, you can't do better than The Talbot at Eynsham.
Steeped in history, The Talbot is a fascinating place where details are recounted in a plaque in the bar. There was a building on this site as long ago as 1376 and the building was originally used as a wharf where goods to be moved down the river were loaded.
It has been a pub since at least 1774. In those days it was called The Horse and Jockey but was re-named in 1836 - a talbot is a breed of hound dog, sadly now extinct.
The Talbot retains a traditional atmosphere and is a refreshing change from today's modern Gastro pubs. Full of character, every corner of our pub seems to tell a story or hide a secret.
We are proud to have supported Helen & Douglas House Hospice Pre COVID 19 by hosting a fund raising quiz once per month. When social distancing is relaxed, we hope to resume these ever so important fund raising evenings
TRADITIONAL PUB BAR
Real Ales, Craft Lager and more
We pride ourselves on our cask ales, served in tip top condition - guaranteed!
Our hand crafted ales are brewed by Arkells of Swindon, expertly nurtured by Alex Arkell using traditional methods passed down the generations - without compromise. And I have to say, he's pretty good at it. Choose from the permanently stocked BBB or try one of the regularly changing guest ales. This could be Wiltshire Gold, Moonlight or one of Alex's concoctions which he changes on a monthly basis to suit the season.
We also serve craft lagers, cider & Guinness on tap.
A comprehensive range of Gins, Vodkas, Whiskys & Rums plus all the traditional liquers - a small wine list and a range of soft drinks will quench your thirst.
Where you like, when you like
There are so many funky gastro pubs aren't there?
So we decided to be different.....
Our new concept brings together the things that we love to eat - uncomplicated food at prices that won't break the bank. Pizza's (home proved dough, hand stretched and generously topped), Burgers and some pub classics too. Nibbly starters, topped garlic breads and some lovely puddings along with a kids menu that your little ones will be excited to choose from too. Something for everyone. Eat in or take away, the choice is yours. We can even deliver a pizza to your room.
Leave the cooking to us today...
We are delighted to offer a great selection of our dishes to take away.
Place your order and come and grab a drink while we cook it for you.
Look out for our take away deals
In our waterside coaching inn
Here at The Talbot, we have eleven guest letting rooms.
Situated in the picturesque village of Eynsham, aside a tributary to the Thames, The Talbot is the ideal location
whether your stay is for business or pleasure. We are just 3 miles from the heart of Oxford City Centre
and benefit from being on the main A1 bus route which travels between Oxford and Carterton.
We are also on the fringe of The Cotswolds so, an excellent base for touring this wonderful region.
Wharf Side Rooms
Eight Wharf Side rooms are recently built and furnished to a good standard.
With all the necessities for a comfortable stay, all of our Wharf Side rooms offer
en suite facilities, hair dryers, hot drink tray and most importantly, comfy beds.
SIMPLE Value Pub Rooms
We also have 3 simple SIMPLE rooms in the original part of the Inn consisting of
a twin en suite plus a small double and a twin which share a bathroom.
These rooms are simple and characterful and ideally suited for a short stay or those on a budget.
They all have LCD Freeview TV and tea & coffee making facilities. These rooms offer excellent value for money.
FIND & CONTACT US
Oxford Road, Eynsham, Oxford, OX29 4BT
+44 (0) 1865 881348
OUR CURRENT OPENING HOURS :-
May alter due to operational needs - please check
Monday 5 pm - 9 pm
Tuesday 5 pm - 9 pm
Wednesday 5 pm - 9 pm
Thursday 5 pm - 9 pm
Friday 12 noon - 2 pm then 5 pm - 9 pm
Saturday 12 noon - 9 pm
Sunday 12 noon - 5 pm
Monday 5.30 pm - 8.30 pm
Tuesday 5.30 pm - 8.30 pm
Wednesday 5.30 pm - 8.30 pm
Thursday 5.30 pm - 8.30 pm
Friday 12 noon - 1.30 pm then 5.30 pm - 8.30 pm
Saturday 12 noon - 1.30 pm then 5.30 pm - 8.30 pm
Sunday 12 noon - 3 pm