The Royal Oak, Charmouth - pub details
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other pubs nearby:
George, Charmouth (0.2 miles), Pilot Boat Inn, Lyme Regis (1.6 miles), Ship Inn, Lyme Regis (1.6 miles), Rock Point Inn, Lyme Regis (1.6 miles), Volunteer Inn, Lyme Regis (1.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Visited this pub on two occasions. I sampled all the Palmers ales, which is all they offer. The best of the bunch was a Spring Hop, a nice hoppy ale. All the others on offer, Copper, Best and 200 were all variations of a theme i.e. just more alcoholic than the other and not very inspiring. The pub is very pleasant with local paraphernalia adorning the walls and the food is pretty good, very big portions. Just a shame that the beer was not to my taste/varied.|
nonecker - 9 May 2015 17:58
|Me and the wife-to-be stayed in Charmouth for a week and drank in this pub a number of times during our stay and found it to be a charming and friendly establishment. The ales were from Bridport brewery Palmers and were very well kept, there is also Thatchers cider and Becks on tap. We ate here one night and the food was great and was well priced. We did the quiz on the Thursday which was free to play as is not always the case nowadays. All in all we enjoyed the Royal Oak so much we didn't visit the George down the road once as we were made to feel so welcome. The new Landlord and Landlady are doing a great job and the pub was full with a mixture of diners and drinkers every time we went so I think that speaks volumes!! Great pub, keep up the good work and we will defo be back!!|
BeefySCFC - 15 May 2012 11:58
|It is nice to see that the current tenants are seeming to be doing well and I would echo the sentiments regarding Palmers ensuring they are helped as much as possible.|
However, the previous tenants have struggled to be accepted by the motley bunch of locals and I know that they have been treated extremely shabbily so don't be too critical of them.
Best of luck to the new incumbents and keep up the good work!
sarv1 - 18 Feb 2012 12:35
|Such a lovely pub, new landlord and landlady totally have the approach needed to make this lovely little pub work. its finally nice to see two people who want to make such a wonderful pub work, previous to phil and angela this pub had a successsion of bad tennants who gave this pub such a bad name. Great beer and food is now available along with a very friendly welcome!! the locals aint to bad either, i would much prefer to choose this lovely little boozer over the other pub in the village!! give it a try i promise you'll be back for a 2nd visit!|
mai86 - 16 Feb 2012 16:32
|WOW WHAT A FANTASTIC EVENING WE ALL HAD ON SATURDAY 11TH FEB. THE ROYAL OAK HAS BEEN SOMETHING OF A WHITE ELEPHANT FOR AT LEAST THE 5 YEARS I HAVE BEEN VISITING CHARMOUTH,BUT WHEN THE LATEST LANDLORDS ARRIVED LATE 2011,YOU COULDNT HELP WONDERING HOW THEY WERE GOING TO RESCUE THIS SAD RUN DOWN PUB. TA DAH! THEY HAVE PULLED IT OFF,WELL DONE ANG & PHIL,IT FEELS WARM,CLEAN,FRESH,WECOMING,THEY ARE A VERY FRIENDLY COUPLE,NEW IDEAS POPPING UP ALL THE TIME,LOVE THE GAMES DOTTED AROUND THE PUB, & PHIL YOUR MICHAEL BUBLE TRIBUTE WAS BRILLIANT, YOU MUST BOTH BE VERY PROUD, C'MON PALMERS HELP THESE TWO MAKE A DECENT LIVING SO THAT THEY STAY, BEST THING THATS HAPPENED TO CHARMOUTH IN A LONG TIME.|
beachcomber14 - 13 Feb 2012 14:27
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