Eating Out, Accommodation, Hotels in Welshpool Powys
The Royal Oak Hotel
Formerly the manor house of the Earl of Powis and a coaching stop, the Best Western Royal Oak Hotel continues to provide the best of local fare, ales, comfort and good cheer to both local and travelling folk, as it has for 350 years.
There are 24 comfortable bedrooms with an option of superior rooms if you prefer. A choice of well-equipped function and conference rooms are available, accommodating up to 150 guests.
Welshpool is the gateway to mid wales, a historic georgian border town in the Upper Severn Valley, 17 miles from Shrewsbury, within reach of Powis Castle and gardens, Montgomery Canal, Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway, Offa's Dyke as well as Powisland Museum. The roman city of Chester is only 44 miles away.
Hotel offers restaurant, bar, lounge, meeting/banquet facilities, room service, free parking, non-smoking rooms/facilities & cable television.
The Eatery at the Royal Oak is so named because it offers a comprehensive, but not overwhelming, menu available to dine from both in the newly refurbished main restaurant and main bar area. The main menu is reviewed regularly by our kitchen team who source ingredients locally, but also travels further afield to obtain the ingredients that go into making our delicious dishes. Whether you are meeting with friends and family to unwind, or looking for somewhere to celebrate a birthday or anniversary, the Royal Oak is perfect. We offers a large selection of food for you to choose from. It doesn’t matter if you are looking for a full three course meal or just a snack, the team have created a patisserie cabinet with treats that change daily, including chocolate fudge cake, muffins, pastries and scones. For larger groups we also have a 14 seater Oak Table with its own discrete area.
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