Royal Oak79 High Street
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The Royal Oak is a traditional village pub, the heart, soul and social centre of the village. The building dates from the 17th century. The main bar is dominated by a vast open fire, with many exposed beams and horse brasses; adjoining the bar is an intimate restaurant. A varied blackboard menu is offered 12-2.30pm and 6-8.30pm Wednesday to Saturday and Sunday roasts 12-4pm. At the rear of the pub is an extensive garden.
The pub re-opened in May 2017, after having been closed for five years and now owned by a village consortium.
A good choice of real ales is complemented by a varied traditional pub food menu.