When you stay at The Talbot Hotel in Stourbridge, you'll be close to Hagley Hall. This hotel is within the vicinity of Crooked House and Himley Hall and Park.
Make yourself at home in one of the 30 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers, housekeeping is provided daily, and irons/ironing boards can be requested.
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of The Talbot Hotel. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
The building is old and quite picturesque but is in need of a sympathetic, but complete, refurbishment.It is very cold and the central heating virtually non existent, being cold is neither quaint nor charming.
The staff are all foreigners who are either lost by language, surly or both. The tv in our room was an old analogue with a set top aerial which was unwatchable. The drunken reveling of the Neanderthal locals from the street below kept us awake till turned 2am. The bathroom though well appointed had only 2 L.E.d down lighters, it was so dark one could not see to shave etc, The breakfast consisted of the cheapest ingredients, Mum evidently had not even been to Iceland! We ordered the most expensive thing on the menu, steak, which again was a poor cut and was plonked unceremoniously atop salad and oven chips. You were offered a 15% discount as a guest but the menu from which you could choose was more expensive than the menu on the tables!
the bar needs to stay open a bit later than 11am this is a hotel after all. Room was freezing as radiators were clearly not working and there was a heater in the room.
I was working in Stourbridge and was a good location to get to work. rooms were clean and comfortable but was not impressed with breakfast. All in all, would stay at the hotel in the future.
The breakfast was not good really could have been better.
the friendliness of the staff, the car park, the value for money, comfy bed and choice at breakfast for amount paid.
I have arthritis and there was no lift - but the stairs are not steep.
Rather nice ambience - a period piece. We had a family gathering and all ages enjoyed it.
The one way streets
One staff member bent over backwards trying to help us with a new room. Excellent customer care on her part. The rooms were also very clean. Bar to have a drink in.
We showed up at 11:15 on Friday night, afer a long drive, to find the hotel dark, and locked up for the night. The only reason we got in was a couple was sitting in the lobby having a glass of wine - and they opened the door. We found a house keeping list, located our names, went behind the desk, found our room key, and let ourselves in. The bathroom had no shower, or hand shower with which to wash hair, and the matress had very little spring left in it. All and all, not a good start. After introducing ourselves the next morning, and requesting a room with a shower - Liz? Did everything she could to accomodate us. I never really recieved an apology, and the only explantion was that they weren't sure if we were going to show up? So, if you are arriving late, call ahead!
Nice classic building, clean fabrics
Staff were leisurely, maybe
Good town centre position, excellent breakfast.
Single room sad and jaded, badly requires updating (bare wires hanging from light fixing). Obviously a fan of Changing Rooms hence mdf/mfc wardrobes. Bar far too expensive £3-40 for a pint of lager!! Much cheaper bars within few hundred yards. Much cheaper bars within couple of hundred yards.
Uneven floors make it unadvisable for elderly
Food was excellent. My husband travels extensively and says the full English breakfast is one of the best he's had in a long time. Rooms were comfortable and cosy.
Decoration in the bedrooms is a little shabby. The shower in the single room (room 5)was verging on the point of dangerous, if not positioned precisely.