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Overall - 3
Set in a small village, this is one of two public houses, alongside the king's head. Situated next to the church and surrounded by picturesque buildings. Beer garden to the front surrounded by potted shrubs, however is fully paved. Lovely country style...More
Myself and a group of friends came here for lunch on a Saturday afternoon. We had been camping at The Croft, just down the road in Ubbeston.
The pub had a generous beer garden at the front, a generous sized bar, a snooker table in...More
This pub/restaurant doesn't seem to attract many reviews and I understand why. It's difficult to sum it up. It is in a really nice position in the village with a warm and friendly bar area. We hadn't booked in advance (Friday evening) but managed to...More
We are local and have been here a couple of times before but were very disappointed on this visit especially as we being treated by dad for lunch.
Booked table, service at the table/from kitchen was very slow bearing in mind there were only 2...More
Whilst on holiday staying at the Croft campsite, we were recommended The Royal Oak for dinner and we were not disappointed! The food was great and we were made to feel very welcome by the owner and staff. Our dogs were very welcome too!! Great...More
Having not been here for several years, my wife and I had lunch here last Friday. On arrival we were welcomed by the lady behind the bar and ordered our drinks and food. This place is lovely and clean, the prices are fair and the...More
Had a couple of visits over the last week with a large group of friends. No food on this occasion but really enjoyed the Adnams.
Nice staff, nice weather, good company and fab beer. Could even sit outside in the sunshine.