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food was served lovely sandwiches were absolutely beautiful and served with a lovely smile a bit more expensive than some places but well worth it we sat down booked the food and don't take to long every were was nice and clean
Went here yesterday for lunch and was impressed with the lunchtime meal and with the good service we got. As I went with friends we wanted to pay individually but this did not seem a problem for the barman. Would definitely recommend going.
I visit this pub quite often although i have never stayed in the hotel, it's on my list to do.
The food is really good for pub food,there is a grilled chicken breast on the menu with a cheese sauce and its very very good....More
Being an old grump and not liking change I just love this pub which isn't quaint but a good example of a mid 20th century pub I haven't stayed overnight so cannot comment on accommodation but the lunches are just good, old fashioned English fare...More
Cannot find a fault with their lunchtime sandwiches- rare roast beef for him, delicious ham for me, both on the freshest of fresh seeded brown bread, accompanied by salad and coleslaw. And, of course, a serving of chips so recently fried they were initially too...More
Response from emaness_crowe | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure, the one we were in certainly was and I think the rest were too. Best thing to do is call the Royal Oak or email them direct. i'd advise you to book directly through them too as I recall when we looked online it... More
I'm not sure, the one we were in certainly was and I think the rest were too. Best thing to do is call the Royal Oak or email them direct. i'd advise you to book directly through them too as I recall when we looked online it appeared they were full up when in fact they weren't. If you do book, I hope you enjoy your stay, it's slap bang in the middle of a lovely town and the breakfasts are first class.
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"we just called for food not to stay but if the rooms are as nice as the food we could not complain"