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All reviewspub foodspecials boardsteak and kidney piecar parmonday lunchtimetremendous valueportion sizesenjoyed a lovely lunchfrozen varietyterrific breakfastpublic housecoleslawwelcome surpriseprices are reasonabledelicious mealwould stay here againdouble room
We have dined at the Royal Oak many times and always enjoyed the food. The bar always has a good range of Robinson's real ale too and we have said on previous visits that we ought to book a room so that we can enjoy...More
What a shame
Booked 2 single rooms here for a birthday party and was quoted £40 per room which we were thinking was great as comes with breakfast very very very disappointed when checked out was told it was £50 and it had gone up...More
Response from Lorraine H, General Manager at Royal Oak HotelResponded 6 days ago
Dear Mr Capper, I am really sorry about your experience at the Royal Oak,the lady you spoke to that day was the cleaning lady, she came to tell me what you said about the price you were quoted & I came through to look for...More
My Wife and I stayed one night on Saturday 28/7/2018, We enjoyed a lovely lunch in the pub before checking in at 1.00pm. We were given a lovely double room overlooking the towns market street at the front of the pub. We chose this pub...More
Considering we only live a few miles away in Poulton our visits to this fair trade market town are few and far between - and usually involve a meal at the excellent Pipers restaurant.
However, we had been recommended this town centre hostelry as a...More
Always visit the Royal Oak when in Garstang. Really there is no competition when it comes to the choice and quality off the food. Not a fan of Robinson's ale but they have Jennings Cumbrian Way on. Another plus,Jamie behind the bar seems to have...More
Response from emaness_crowe | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure, the one we were in certainly was and I think the rest were too. Best thing to do is call the Royal Oak or email them direct. i'd advise you to book directly through them too as I recall when we looked online it... More
I'm not sure, the one we were in certainly was and I think the rest were too. Best thing to do is call the Royal Oak or email them direct. i'd advise you to book directly through them too as I recall when we looked online it appeared they were full up when in fact they weren't. If you do book, I hope you enjoy your stay, it's slap bang in the middle of a lovely town and the breakfasts are first class.
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