Prices per room, per night, including continental breakfast, tourism tax of €1,50 and a visit to the whole museum site.
The most up to date prices can be found on the booking module of this website.

Single Room

 Twin room  

€ 69

€ 109

Family Room
(2 single and 1 bunk bed) 

Prices depend on room occupation, season and your booking channel. Best prices always reserved for direct bookings on the Talbot House website

€135 (three people)

€170 (four people)

For group bookings it is recommended to e-mail us (


With the button below you can easily pay your deposit or saldo of your stay. You can either pay with Paypal or with creditcard without extra costs. 

Breakfast options

Prices for accommodation include a continental breakfast. Other options are our fabulous ‘Full English Breakfast’ (+9 EUR), a glass of sparkling wine (+ 5 EUR) or ‘self catering’ (-5 EUR). 

Would you like to have breakfast and visit the House without staying? Here are a few options:

  • Full British breakfast: 23 EUR
  • A glass of sparkling wine: + 5 EUR

Group discounts (min. 10 people)

From 10 people onwards in the same booking, we offer a reduction of 10% on the standard rate.

Discounts can not be combined.

Discounts    (per person)

Return Voucher: discount on the voucher

Talbot House Voucher: discount on the voucher

Discounts can not be combined.

Accommodation Voucher

Are you looking for an original gift or are you unsure when you'll be able to stay with us? Why not order a voucher for a future stay at our historic House? A better way to get a taste of the past does not exist. 

Join the Talbotousians and get a free stay!

Join the Talbotousians and for a Gold Membership, you get a free overnight stay at Talbot House! A voucher for a stay at Talbot House  is the perfect gift for any occasion. To order a voucher, contact us at

P&O Ferries

We are very fortunate we can rely on the assistance of P&O Ferries to get our voluntary wardens across the Channel. Their commitment to the club is greatly appreciated. 

Did you know that...

...staying in the House means that you can visit the House and the Museum as well?