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Inns in Lostwithiel

The Royal Oak Inn
Bodmin Hill
Lostwithiel
Cornwall

PL22 0AG | View map
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A public house for over 100 years, the Royal Oak is in Duke Street, Lostwithiel convenient for the pretty town centre, yet quietly situated away from main roads. Today, you'll find a warm welcome from managers Lucie Brightwell and Nathan Gibson. The Royal Oak has a traditional 'tap room' with wonderful old flagstone flooring with, so local historians claim, 'large boulders' underneath!

The Royal Oak is an ideal base from which to explore Cornwall. Close by are some of the regions premier attractions: The Eden Project, just 6 miles away.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan are around 15 miles away
Lanydrock, the magnificent house owned by the National trust is less than 4 miles distant
Restormel castle - in Lostwithiel itself, run by English Heritage
Bodmin and Wenford Steam Railway is 6 miles away.

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