The Royal Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Royal Hotel Pilgrim's Rest
What a wonderful rustic experience. Got to reception and everything was ready for us. We're staying in one of the annexes. Whole place to ourselves. Receptionist say: no phone, no TV, no room service. GREAT!!! The room was lovely. Great old bath, wall papered walls, lovely linen. Even put heater on for us.
Restaurant was wonderful and romantic. Food was great. Will check out breakfast soon.
This is an experience everyone must try.
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