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5 Duke Street, Lostwithiel PL22 0AG England
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#1 of 3 hotels in Lostwithiel
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13Th Century Inn with original features; Listed stained glass windows and also a tunnel link to nearby Restormel Castle. Lostwithiel has a fascinating history & is a bustling, popular town on the River Fowey. Near to Lanhydrock House & Garden, The Eden Project, Heligan Gardens etc and south coast; Fowey, Looe, Charlestown and Mevagissey. The Royal Oak has newly refurbished, comfortable & spacious rooms, all en suite, together with a great pub restaurant & bar, popular with local & visitors alike. The chefs offer traditional pub food using fresh local produce. During the summer, you can enjoy the extensive, patio area in the dappled shade of a lovely willow tree. For cooler weather, there are 2 cosy wood burners providing a great comforting atmosphere in the bar, snug lounge and restaurant.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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Historic Hotel
Languages Spoken
English, Ukrainian
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SimonandElaine wrote a review Oct 2020
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We were very happy with our one night stay here a couple of weeks ago. Nice sized, very clean room. All staff very friendly especially the owner (from Norfolk - can’t recall his name!). Excellent breakfast sourced with local ingredients. Great location in centre of town. Bar prices very reasonable. Would definitely stay again.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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OldBear wrote a review Sep 2020
Wigan, United Kingdom8,153 contributions650 helpful votes
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We stayed here one night on our way to Cornwall and had an evening meal. Our room (6) was cosy and very comfortable, plenty of sockets for phones / computers etc. Due to Covid 19 Restrictions there was no soap for the shower or coffee/ Tea in the room but you could request the drinks downstairs. A hairdryer and Bible are contained in a drawer. Maybe they could provide tea or coffee sachets instead of having to go downstairs! Other hotels we’ve recently stayed at do! There were two bottles of water also provided for free. All of the staff were welcoming and friendly. We enjoyed several drinks in the beer garden in lovely sunny and warm conditions. We had our evening meal in the bar/restaurant, you can also eat outside undercover or in the garden. We had a very good nights sleep, the shower was hot and there were big white fluffy bath sheet towels provided. Breakfast was exceptionally good, it was all well cooked and everything was hot, unlike many hotel breakfasts I have experienced which always have some warm or cold food. We completed a ‘breakfast’ form the night before, indicating our requirements. The cereals, Yoghurts and drinks were served by staff. I would stay here again. The small streets and bakery near the river were nice to visit before we left.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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PMB54 wrote a review Aug 2020
Street, United Kingdom88 contributions27 helpful votes
Due to social distancing we had to ring a bell on arrival. No problem with that but we we met with a frosty attitude by a waitress who said what do you want. Eventually got to our pre booked table. Great welcome by Graham who recommended an excellent wine. Both had the fish pie. Pie excellent but vegetables over done. Shame about the waitress with attitude as the rest of the staff were excellent.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Trina wrote a review Aug 2020
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Me and my family came for a meal recommended by the lodge hotel so glad we came was greeted with a lovely smiling barmaid/waitress (savannah) very friendly from the start she saw to our every needs without hesitation and nothing was to much for her or the other members of staff there , very pleasant the food was amazing and tasted fresh i had the chicken pasta my husband had steak both cooked to perfection and was the best we've had anywhere , the whole pub was clean and very well placed on govement guildlines we will definitely be coming back highly recommended.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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LEkent wrote a review Aug 2020
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Overall: a bit of a tired room/hotel with a decent breakfast and hit-and-miss attitudes from staff, but fine for a stop-over. Pros: - Bedding was modern and comfortable. - Room and bathroom was clean and tidy. - The hotel's covid-19 requirements were fair and appropriate e.g. asking which toiletries were required and asking guests to fill out a breakfast request form to help the kitchen. The one-way signposting was a bit haphazard, as with many places and you had to request cereals etc from staff which can be clunky, but this is an understandable and commonplace covid-19 requirement. - The male staff member handling breakfast was very friendly and dealt with a problem in the kitchen professionally. - The hotel is located quite close to Lanhydrock which is useful for those visiting. - The breakfast was hearty, although there was no choice for how eggs could be cooked on the request form, which could be a helpful addition. Cons: - The room creaked loudly (we think due to the windows) whenever you walked about which was distracting and makes you doubt the building's structural integrity! - The bathroom and window areas of our room were very tired-looking despite being clean and could probably do with a refurb. - The female bar staff who greeted us when we arrived after a 5-hour journey were not particularly welcoming and had an argument in front of us while we waited to be shown our room, which was not particularly professional. - Despite being asked to indicate our breakfast order and time of arrival, our order was incorrectly labelled at a different time by the kitchen and our cooked breakfast took longer coming out, which was frustrating as we had an appointment to attend and the breakfast felt rushed as a result. The friendly staff member tried to reduce this time as much as possible which was appreciated, but nonetheless it was a tad annoying as we had indicated our time on the form. - We were charged for the room before we had arrived, as expected, but bizarrely the hotel refunded the amount while we were staying and then we had to pay when we left. It was lucky that we remembered to pay before leaving!
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Room Tip: Street-facing double room may creak whenever you walk around, which may disturb you when sleeping...
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US$78 - US$129 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
the royal oak hotel lostwithiel, royal oak lostwithiel
FORMERLY KNOWN AS
The Royal Oak
LOCATION
United KingdomEnglandCornwallLostwithiel
NUMBER OF ROOMS
6
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Frequently Asked Questions about Royal Oak Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Royal Oak Inn?
Nearby attractions include The Tudor Bridge (0.2 miles), Lostwithiel Museum (0.08 miles), and St Bartholomew's Church (0.10 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Royal Oak Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Royal Oak Inn?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Royal Oak Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Royal Oak Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Asquiths, The Royal Oak Inn, and The Globe Inn.
Is Royal Oak Inn located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.1 miles away from the centre of Lostwithiel.
Are pets allowed at Royal Oak Inn?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Royal Oak Inn?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Ukrainian.
Are there any historical sites close to Royal Oak Inn?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Lanhydrock House and Garden (3.0 miles), Restormel Castle (0.9 miles), and Boconnoc House (2.7 miles).