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The Royal Oak Inn, Meavy - pub details

Royal Oak Inn
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Address: Meavy, Yelverton, Devon, PL20 6PJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14574) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 8.5/10 (rated by 12 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Rock Inn, Yelverton (1.2 miles), Walkhampton Inn, Yelverton (1.6 miles), Skylark, Clearbrook (1.6 miles)

 

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Everything has already been said about this pub has been said and it is true.
World class setting and area, beautiful to sit outside on a summers day.
My father and i just had two pints halfway through our walk, if we did'nt have the car we could easily have stayed for 4 or 5 and caught the bus home!

One of the best pubs and settings in the country

10/10
montie49 - 13 Dec 2011 13:53
I have visited this pub several times in the last four years since first being taken there . No matter what the weather , time of year or anything else it has the feel of a proper country pub . Fine selection of ales , always in good condition , food looks good and the staff are always friendly . Locals and tourists seem to mix easily and overall a great place to go . I make a point of it every time I am in the area .
ThirstyMing - 20 Jul 2011 11:37
This is a great little pub in a great setting and even better allows dogs in the bar. They serve the a good range of ciders and ales not the normal draughts avaliable in most pubs.
I think the food is the weakest point, its ok but in my opinion over priced when compared to other pubs which are within a few miles, also the menu does not seem to change very often. Steaks are of a high quality but the battered fish is not great. The batter is to heavy which detracts any flavour or taste from the fish which was very disappointing when costs are considered.
In short, great venue, great ales and ciders but could do better food wise.
gashead1974 - 17 May 2011 12:41
Last Thursday I popped in for a quick pint after a cycle ride. I selected the Dartmoor Jail Ale Bitter but while the barmaid was pulling the pint, the barrel ran out. She asked me if I would mind waiting and I said I wouldn't. She called the guvnor who went to change the barrel. he then pulled through a quantity of beer before sampling it and holding it up to the light to check the quality. he did this a couple of times.The barmaid then pulled me a completely fresh pint and when I proffered the money she declined to accept it, saying that I had had to wait while they changed the barrel. How refreshingly different from many other pubs I could mention when this happens, where there is no attempt to change the barrel (or it is changed but not pulled through properly)and an alternative is offered, often costing more, with no apology. The beer from the new barrel was excellent by the way. I wasn't there for a meal or to spend lots of money yet I was treated like a valued customer - I will be back on the strength of this ecellent customer service.
passiton - 18 Nov 2010 13:11
Amazing pub in an amazing setting. Full range of the Dartmoor Ales and food equally as grand.
martins2 - 24 Jun 2010 00:28

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