Royal Oak of Luxborough

Luxborough, Kingsbridge, Somerset

Accepts DogsSmall Pets


The Royal Oak Inn of Luxborough is a traditional country inn that retains all its character and atmosphere, yet offers exceptional accommodation and an excellent restaurant. Set within the beautiful surroundings of Exmoor, it is an ideal base from which to experience your country break.

Our wonderful inn is over 600 years old and still maintains many original features, including original flagstone and cobblestone flooring, plus stone walls and open beams. We have an array of unique rooms available which boast stylish interiors. In total, there are 9 attractive bedrooms available, from a mini-suite to a Royal oak suite, we have something for everyone. All the rooms include a range of excellent facilities:

Flatscreen televisions

Tea and coffee facilities

Luxurious en suite bathroom.

Quality fabrics and bedding.

You can savour a delicious meal in our fabulous restaurant which is brimming with rustic charm and interior features. There are 3 main rooms to dine in, including The Pine Room, the map rooms and the private dining area. When the sun is shining, you can dine in the sun-filled courtyard. For a relaxing drink or two, head to the main bar which boasts a gorgeous inglenook fireplace, or the back bar area which has comfy seating and an abundant vinyl collection.

We are in a brilliant location for discovering a range of superb attractions in the area:

Snowdrop Valley.

Dunster Castle.

Wimbleball Lake.

Valley of The Rocks.


For more information about our pet friendly pub in somerset please visit our website.

£10 charge per pet.

Disabled facilities by arrangement – please enquire for details.

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Features & Amenities

  • Off Street Parking
  • Garden
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Children Welcome
  • Wifi
  • Satellite TV
  • Freeview TV
  • Golf Nearby
  • Coast Nearby
  • Walks Nearby

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Pricing :

  •   Room per night based on 2 people sharing from £110 to £165

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