Royal Oak15 Trinity Churchyard
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The Royal Oak became a pub about 1870. Built as an extension to the then next door rectory, with a hall upstairs and rooms at ground level. These rooms are now the opened up bar area and show the building’s heavily beamed structure. The ambience is one of a cosy village pub with an airy modern feel. A patio area is to one side of the pub plus a couple of outside tables overlooking Trinity churchyard. Three ever changing guest beers available here. Key keg beers also available. There is also a fridge containing cans and bottled beers for consumption in the pub or to takeaway. As the pub doesn't serve food they are very happy for you to bring in your own food or order a takeaway.