The Royal Oak

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

The Square Yattendon
RG18 0UF

The Royal Oak, Yattendon

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Accommodation Description:

A very warm welcome to the Royal Oak Yattendon a beautiful country pub with rooms nestled in the picturesque countryside of West Berkshire where the pace of life is just that little bit slower. Simple unfussy Michelin rated food ten luxurious bedrooms award winning real ales roaring log fires and a quite beautiful walled beer garden await all within easy access of Newbury Reading Heathrow and the M4. We are child friendly dog friendly and accessible to all.

We do hope you love the place as much as we do and hope you will come and visit us very soon.

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