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Royal Oak
36 Kirkgate
North Yorkshire

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The Royal Oak is ‘the’ place to eat, drink and stay in Ripon. Our menu has become a real talking point and includes traditional favourites like Ollie’s Whole Hog Sausages made with Timothy Taylor’s Landlord Bitter, mouth watering daily specials using the very best local seasonal produce and our popular Royal Oak Platters. Our wine list has something for everyone not forgetting our fine selection of Timothy Taylor hand pulled ales. The Royal Oak is right in the heart of Ripon, just a stones throw from the market square and a short walk from the spectacular Cathedral. We have recently refurbished and everything from the bar to the bedrooms has been given a stunning new look. Watch the world go by in our dining area overlooking Kirkgate, enjoy a long lunch in front of one of our roaring log fires or sip a cappuccino on one of our large leather sofas. If you are planning a stay in Ripon our bedrooms have been transformed into an oasis of style and sophistication - plump pillows and crisp white bed linen await our overnight guests. This combination of comfort and style with an irresistible menu makes The Royal Oak Ripon’s number one place to eat, drink and enjoy.

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