The picturesque village of Car Colston has 29 acres of village greens and is believed to be the largest rural common in England. The building of The Royal Oak is about two hundred years old and is thought by some to have been a hosiery factory hence the rather unusual vaulted brick ceiling in the bar which certainly would have carried the weight of the appropriate textiles machinery above.Richard & Vicky with their two daughters Elle & Amy moved into The Royal Oak on 3rd November 2003.With Vicky offering her delicious culinary delights from the kitchen & Richard behind the bar with his fantastic tasting top quality traditional real ales you are sure of a warm welcome and enjoyable experience but look out for the reported ghost of a Roman Centurion roaming the building.
MONDAY 6.00pm to 8.45pm TUESDAY 12.00am to 2.15pm 6.00pm to 8.45pm WEDNESDAY 12.00am to 2.15pm 6.00pm to 8.45pm THURSDAY 12.00am to 2.15pm 6.00pm to 8.45pm FRIDAY 12.00am to 2.15pm 6.00pm to 8.45pm SATURDAY 12.00am TO 2.15pm 6.00pm to 8.45pm SUNDAY 12.00am to 4.00pm
MONDAY 5.30pm to 11.00pm TUESDAY 11.30am to 3.00pm 5.30pm to 11.00pm WEDNESDAY 11.30am to 3.00pm 5.30pm to 11.00pm THURSDAY 11.30pm to 3.00pm 5.30pm to 11.00pm FRIDAY 11.30am to 11.00pm SATURDAY 11.30am to 11.00pm SUNDAY 12.00am to 10.30pm
Bar Snacks, Bookings Taken, Cooked to Order, Hot Drinks Available at the Bar, Local Produce, Lunchtime Menu, Real Ale, Smaller Portions Available, Special Diet. Req'ments Catered For, Specials Board, Traditional British Dishes
Camping, Function Room, Newspapers, Magazines, etc, Off-Street Parking, On A Popular Walk Route, Real Fire, Separate Dining Area, Small Meeting Rooms
For the Family
Children Welcome, Dog Water Bowl, High Chair Available