The Royal Oak

Inn in Cornsay, County Durham

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1 Commercial Street
County Durham

The Royal Oak, Cornsay

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Welcome to the Royal Oak . The Royal Oak is a family run Venue situated in one of Durham's hidden Valleys offering fantastic panorama venues and walks. We have a full selection of real ales beers lagers ciders and wines.

We also offer a 32 seat Restaurant serving traditional home cooked pub food and snacks.The whole of the inn has free WI FI and we are a pet friendly hotel. The hotel is situated on the doorstep to the Durham dales and is within easy reach of Durham city Beamish Museum Hall Hill farm Digger land and many other delights County Durham has to offer.

 3 star rating

From: £35.00

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