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Talbot House

77 reviews
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All reviewscup of teagreat warworld warliving museumwell worth a visitfront linesteep stairsgreat place to visitshort filmsmall museumwrite lettersa couple of minutes walkhotel hostelwonderful atmospherelovely cattop floorpeace and tranquility
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Reviewed 13 December 2017

We visited this "Gentlemen's House" with Mr. Bernin Deneire. Every room came alive along with his stories and information. Wonderful guide. It really must have been a moment of quietness for all those young men fighting for our freedom. We warmly advice a visit to...More

Thank Juliette S
Reviewed 23 November 2017

We were made very welcome on our visit to Talbot house,there is a small museum and outside a most beautiful garden which was so peaceful and calming you can imagine how it was a oasis away from the trenches. The house itself is well preserved...More

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Reviewed 22 October 2017 via mobile

After spending the weekend touring the cemeteries and museums in the area, we were moved beyond words by our visit to Talbot House. The entrance and initial exhibits are ok but once you step into the garden and see the house, you are transported back...More

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Reviewed 19 October 2017 via mobile

A stay at Talbot House was a great addition to a trip to visit a family member's grave near Poperinghe. It was an intriuging thought that Uncle Harry may have visited 'Every Man's Home' a refuge for all ranks during the World War 1. The...More

1  Thank Clare B
Reviewed 18 October 2017 via mobile

My Dad mentioned Talbot House with great fondness in his memories of WW1 written in 1974. He fought in the Battle of Passchendaele. We received an equally warm welcome today. It was a bitter sweet and emotional visit. A wonderful atmosphere of peace and tranquility...More

2  Thank Susan B
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During WWI this 18th century mansion was used as a Soldiers Club for the British Army, just behind the trenches around Ypres. Up to today you can visit and stay. A genuine experience!
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"We did not stay here it was just a short visit"
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"This is more a museum than a hotel but you can stay in 1 room as a bed and breakfast guest."
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"They are all good rooms having stayed in 5 different rooms since 2011"
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"The stairs are a bit steep so if a bit unsteady go for a room on the first floor."
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