IN PICTURES: Inside the newly-refurbished Talbot Hotel in Malton

Cosy, comfortable, rustic and rambling, the Talbot has undergone a make-over and is the perfect place to enjoying country living at its luxurious best.

Thursday, 28th March 2019, 15:14 pm
Updated Thursday, 28th March 2019, 15:18 pm
The Talbot is in the centre of Malton and has ample parking for guests

The welcome is warm, the ambience inviting and relaxing and the staff - from reception to restaurant - attentive and friendly.

The Talbot sits in Yorkersgate in the heart of Malton, quickly justifying itself as the 'food capital of Yorkshire', and has ample free parking for its guests.

The bar area of the Talbot

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There is much to catch the eye in the wood-panelled bar
Wood-panelling and floors have transformed the bar area
A free standing bath in one of the en-suite rooms at the Talbot. 100 Acres complimentary products - a natural botanicals range - are provided
One of the bedrooms at the Talbot which has been refurbished. Sam and Georgie Pearman, former owners and founders of boutique Cotswold hotel and restaurant group The Lucky Onion, have been working on the refurbishment with Tom Naylor-Leyland, whose family have owned the Talbot for many years.
Meals are served in a south-facing dining room and designed so guests can enjoy views of the river. The window sills are adorned by herb planters and a chandelier hangs elegantly from the ceiling. It is just perfect.
The emphasis is on locally-sourced food and this is beautifully presented and excellently cooked.
The dining room of the Talbot
Manager of the Talbot David MacDonald
The Talbot has a Feasting Room for your special events
The snug in the Talbot
Twice baked Cheddar souffle
Bar snacks and meals are now on offer