Single occupancy £70.00 ( Sunday -Thursday).TV, WiFi, tea and coffee facilities and a hairdryer.
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Type Pub B&B
£70 - £90 per room per night
Located in Knaresborough’s famous market square, the Old Royal Oak is a traditional 18th Century pub.
The Old Royal Oak has six brand new rooms. The actual accommodation is a conversion of the original livery stable and has twin and double rooms all with en-suite bathroom, a TV, broadband connection, tea and coffee facilities and a hairdryer. We can also provide a 'service' for washing and ironing on request.
The cost of the rooms includes a full English breakfast available in the main pub building, for the duration of your stay.
Costs per room per night:
- Double £90.00
- Twin £90.00
- Single occupancy twin or double £70.00 ( Sunday -Thursday)
There is car parking space at the rear of the building. This is provided on a "First Come First Served Basis". At busy times there is parking available in local carparks.
Check in is 2pm and check out is 11am. We are open every night of the year.
Food is served every lunch time and orders can be taken for dinner. We serve traditional home made, wholesome pub food. There is also an array of alternative restaurants within the town. Around the Market Square and high street are lots of little shops and galleries. If you visit on a Wednesday you can enjoy the colourful market. Knaresborough castle is a must see with commanding views over the town and River Nidd.
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