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Royal Oak Pub with Rooms, The

Royal Oak Pub with Rooms, The,Lostwithiel Information
You'll find a warm Cornish welcome at the Royal Oak, Lostwithiel, a popular pub with bedrooms, A haven for locals and visitors alike, the Royal Oak has been the hub of the local community for over 100 years. Recently refurbished, it is now owned by Vicky and Peter Crossingham, with manager Fiona Rundle at the helm. We source the majority of our food locally and offer a core menu of popular traditional dishes and vegetarian options, with seasonal 'specials' available every day. There are always up to four local cask ales available in our traditional tap room and cosy lounge bar. We also have a small, carefully chosen wine list. The dining area, complete with woodburner, is linked to the bar and there's a secluded area ideal for meetings and functions for up to 20 people. With its own parking and free wi-fi, the Royal Oak is a great venue for business meetings or working lunches. Upstairs, the Royal Oak has six en-suite bedrooms. We regularly have guests who are visiting popular nearby attractions including the Eden Project, The Gardens at Heligan and the National Trust's Lanhydrock House. All the family is welcome - Including well-behaved dogs.
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Royal Oak Pub with Rooms, The,Lostwithiel
Royal Oak Pub with Rooms, The,Lostwithiel Address
Royal Oak Pub with Rooms, The
5 Duke Street
PL22 0AG
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  • Private dining services
  • Restaurant
  • Car parking available onsite
  • Cots available
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Visa/Delta, Mastercard, Visa Debit, Visa Electron, Switch/Maestro
  • Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
  • Smoking allowed in public areas
  • Pets Allowed
Prices from £65
business facilities
  • Meeting Facilities
leisure facilities
  • TV
  • Hairdryer in each room
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
From within CornwallLostwithiel is on the A390, between St Austell and Liskeard, and 5 miles south of the A30 at Bodmin. From outside CornwallTo reach Cornwall, take the M5 south from Bristol to Exeter. From Exeter there are two routes to Lostwithiel which are both about 70 miles - via the A38 or the A30 - but journey times can vary due to weather conditions and traffic. In particular, the A30 can have queues at the height of summer. Check before you travel for the best option. A38 via Plymouth Take the A38 west towards Liskeard then the A390, signposted to St Austell. Within 6 miles you will enter Lostwithiel from the east. A30 via Okehampton Take the A30 west towards Okehampton, then the exit signposted to Bodmin, Lostwithiel and the A38. Follow signs to the A38 to Plymouth which will take you over the A30. At the next roundabout take the third exit, signposted to Lanhydrock. Carry straight on until the next mini-roundabout, then turn left. Follow this road through Trebyan, Maudlin and Sweetshouse until you reach a T-junction. Turn left and you will enter Lostwithiel from the west. Once in Lostwithiel head West on North Street (B 3268) towards Monmouth Lane, continue into Duke Street.