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The Royal Hotel’s accommodation comprises 14 individually decorated bedrooms arranged over three floors. Dating back to mid 18th century, the rooms are delightfully distinctive, with no two bedrooms being exactly alike.

All rooms have ensuite facilities – although the smaller ones dispense with a bath – and the differing levels of space and accommodation are recognised in the tariff. The Dowager Queen Adelaide slept at what was then the Rose & Crown Inn in 1840, an auspicious occasion which subsequently led to the building’s change of name to the Royal Hotel.

Summer DB&B

Summer Dinner, Bed & Breakfast from £145 per couple, per night.

A beautiful boutique bedroom, fabulous 3-course dinner and hearty breakfast are available April – September from
just £145 per couple, per night*

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Our bedrooms

Individual with a touch of the modern, our rooms exude relaxed chic and offer great value. We have a number of dog-friendly rooms, too.*

Room One - Classic Double

One of our smaller rooms. It still accommodates a King Size bed, and has an unusually large bathroom

Room Two - Junior Suite

Overlooking the Market Square. This room is light, airy and spacious, with a rather wonderful slipper bath!

Room Three – Superior Double

Pole Position. A lovely room overlooking the Square, complete with four-poster bed and a dinky bathroom!

Room Four – Deluxe Suite

A fabulous room complete with double-ended bath at the foot of the bed. Three huge windows give light aplenty.

Room Five – Superior Double

A good-sized bedroom with great big windows. This one features a very large shower room.

Room Six – Superior Double

Another good-sized bedroom with big windows overlooking the village. This one features a retro corner bath.

Room Seven – Classic Double

A nice room right at the heart of the hotel, i.e. compared to the other rooms there is not much of a view.

Room Eight - Classic Double

Petite room on the top floor. The plunge pool bath may not be to everyone's taste, but if you’re in the mood…

Room Nine – Superior Double

A great room. Three windows across the front over looking the square make it perfect for people watching.

Room Ten – Superior Double

Another great room in a prime position. Certainly not big, but it’s on the front, it’s in the middle and at the top.

Rooms Eleven – Deluxe Suite

Every bit as good as Room 4, but with exposed beams. The bath in the room also adds a certain something…

Room Twelve – Superior Double

Small but perfectly formed. Lovely windows with great views. This room has only a shower – but a great big one.

Room Thirteen - Superior Double

The mirror image to its neighbour, this room is also small but perfectly formed and has a feature bathroom.

Room Fourteen – Superior Double

A ‘courtyard room’. Not much of a view, but there is plenty of space from which to appreciate it.

Inside the hotel features

There’s a wealth of reasons to join us for a stay here at The Royal Hotel. Here’s just a few.

14 gorgeous bedrooms

Complimentary Wi-Fi

Friendly, personable service

Flat screen TVs

Mouthwatering food

The Royal’s location in rural farming country means we are lucky to have first rate food suppliers right on our doorstep. Our menu features a mixture of local signature dishes and popular British bistro classics.

See the menu

Delightful afternoon teas

It’s a British tradition and a treat everyone should enjoy. Our Afternoon Tea is available daily and is the perfect way to wile away an indulgent afternoon.

Call 01524 271966 to book.

Gorgeous countryside

Just a short walk from the Royal, the view of the Lune Valley painted by JMW Turner and acclaimed by John Ruskin as England’s ‘loveliest view’ is not to be missed. After admiring this breath-taking vista, descend the ‘Radical Steps’ to the waterside and stroll along the riverbank to the elegant 13th century Devil’s Bridge.

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