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B and Bs in Knaresborough

The Old Royal Oak
7 Market Place
Knaresborough
North Yorkshire

HG5 8AL | View map
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Our recently converted 18th Century, grade II listed barn, serves as the new B&B – each room offering comfortable and peaceful accommodation with disabled access; is situated in the centre of the historic market town of Knaresborough; we also offer free and secure parking for residents. (Please see website for further information)

The Old Royal Oak proudly displays the gold award, certificate of excellence for our fantastic beer garden and exclusive smoking area, won as part of the competitive Knaresborough in bloom award. Our discrete function room, is tucked away in the beer garden and is ideal for private meetings or small parties such as weddings and christenings.

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Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6

Price per Room:

Double: From £70
Twin: From £70
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Parking
Credit Cards Accepted
Disabled Access
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided - On request
Licensed
Special Diets Catered For -On request
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Garden

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