Talbot House
This building was originally used as a public house under the named of the Talbot Inn from 1764 to 1808.  It sits next to
Seaward House and is also a building of historic interest and value.  Mrs Fitzherbert, the estranged wife of the Prince
Regent
(King George IV) took lodgings at the building in 1798.  She is reputed to have took pity on the soldiers who
were camped on the shore line waiting to cross the sea to quell the rebellion in Ireland, and is even said to have paid for
extra rations for every man.    
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