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Reviews of Royal Oak Inn, Tetbury

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Review by Anonymous on 29th October, 2009

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Good Points: Very attentive and friendly staff. Good, well priced food. Comfortable room with generous supply of tea/coffee facilities. Fluffy towels! General review: Really enjoyed our stay here. Made to feel very welcome. Room was warm and comfortable. Clean and well presented. Would definitely return.

Date visited: 2009-10-29

Review by Anonymous on 29th September, 2008

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Good Points: Staff were very friendly and helpful. Food was excellent and very good value for money. Cosy atmosphere in the bar area. Bad Points: Some areas were rather shabby - could do with some tender loving care, for example the garden area and the signs for the inn needed repainting. General review: Enjoyed it.

Date visited: 2008-09-29

Review by Anonymous on 20th October, 2007

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Good Points: Very handy to Tetbury and nice that the accomadation was seperate from the public house.Plenty of tea coffee etc.Basically clean.Good english breakfast.Good value for money. Bad Points: Room looked a little'tired' and the carpet needed a good hoover,lots of hairs!Quite small to. General review: OK for an overnight stay but wouldnt have liked to stay any longer little room to move,had to sit on the bed to drink tea etc.Unable to open drawers to bedside cabinet as wardrobe in the way.No sign when we arrived where there was parking and had to find someone on our arrival.Would be nice to have some details re Tetbury in the room and also what the pub could provide etc.

Date visited: 2007-10-20

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