The Perfect Dartmoor Hideaway For Drinking And Dining The Royal Oak Inn is a free house situated within the Dartmoor National Park and is a former 15th-century church house Inn, taking its name from the, reputedly, 800 year old oak tree on the adjacent village green - one of the few remaining traditional pubs, with a flagstone floor, old beams and a large open fireplace. Some seats are pews from the adjacent St. Peters church. The wood fire provides a warm welcome on those cold winter evenings or in the summer you can enjoy a refreshing glass of Pimms on the patio tables outside. The quality and freshness of their beer is as important to them as the quality and freshness of their food.
Home-cooked, quality local produce and tempting home-made desserts.
Try Sunday's traditional roast dinner - local Dartmoor beef or loin of local pork with homemade Yorkshire pudding and fresh seasonal vegetables.
Group bookings are welcome, whether for a celebratory meal, an organised walking group, a local club or society. Give them a call and discuss your requirements.
Wednesday Night is Pie Night in the bar. Every Wednesday they make home made pies served with chips and fresh vegetables ~ Pie, Chips and Fresh Veg. For only £5.95.
Friday Night is Fish & Chip Night in the bar ~ Battered Fish & Chips. Fillet of Cod deep fried in a home made beer batter served with chips, peas and homemade tartar sauce. For only £6.95 (bar price only)
The Royal Oak Inn has been awarded Gold in the 2014 Taste of the West awards ~ Dining Pub category.
Join Stephen and Julie in the bar and sample one of their fine cast conditioned ales. Always available are Dartmoor IPA (Inmates Pale Ale) 4% abv and Jail Ale 4.8% abc and their own Meavy Oak Ale 4.2% abc all from Dartmoor Brewery, based in nearby Princetown. If tradition is what you are after, then you must try their West country scrumpy ciders. There is also a comprehensive wine list available.
On average they put on a new keg of Devon’s finest ale every day. Now you don’t get much fresher than that!
The Royal Oak Inn has been awarded CAMRA Country Pub of the year runner-up and CAMRA Cider & Perry Pub of the year runner-up.
Children & Dogs:
They offer a children’s menu, and children are welcome to dine in the Lounge Bar. Dogs are welcome in the Public Bar if kept under control.
Easy access to good walking on Dartmoor
On National Cycle Route No. 27
Lanes and bridleways suitable for horse riders. Horse parking available on the village green!
Close to Burrator Reservoir
Walking groups welcome . . .
Letterboxing stamp available to remember your visit to The Royal Oak Inn
Bar games: Euchre Wednesday night.
You can now stay in touch whilst enjoying great food and drink at the Royal Oak Inn with their free wi-fi