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The Royal Oak
Luxborough
Somerset

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The Royal Oak Inn of Luxborough is a traditional country inn; which retains all its character and atmosphere; yet offers exceptional accommodation and an excellent restaurant.Set within the beautiful surroundings of Exmoor; it is an ideal base from which to experience your country break. The Royal Oak Inn of Luxborough has for years been a favourite for those seeking a truly unspoilt rural break. The Royal Oak offers exceptional "cottage" style accommodation. Twelve en-suite rooms; each of individual character and charm; and all furnished in a cosy country style.Genuine traditional atmosphere combines with warm hospitality; exceptional food and cosy accommodation. Set deep within Exmoor; one of our most varied National Parks; with its glorious range of landscape; flora and fauna; we offer you immense choice for a peaceful rural experience. Secluded and unspoilt; the inn retains all the character; charm and atmosphere established over centuries. Some of the best real ales and traditional local fare prepared by an outstanding chef; together with exceptional accommodation; all combine to make your visit really special and quite magical.Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Dogs allowed in some rooms; an additional charge of £7 per night per pet. Children over 10yrs welcome.

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