Royal Oak

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Market Place
Settle
Yorkshire
England
BD24 9ED

Royal Oak, Settle

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A traditional Country Inn based in the heart of the picturesque market town of Settle. Recently refurbished with a new welcoming team on hand for your requests.

All rooms are en-suite some with showers some with baths and showers. We various set ups to include Doubles Twins Family and Triple - just ask us! Traditional pub food with the best locally source ingredients open bar area for eat and also enclosed dining room for events or family groups meals.

 3 star rating

From: £70.00

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