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The Royal Oak, Wineham - pub details

Address: Wineham Lane, Wineham, Henfield, West Sussex, BN5 9AY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 15022) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.4/10 (rated by 31 users)
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Wheatsheaf, Woodmancote (1.3 miles), Hare and Hounds, Cowfold (1.8 miles), Coach House Inn, Cowfold (2.0 miles)

user reviews of the Royal Oak, Wineham

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A charming if basic pub - good beer and simple, quality food. Its better on the inside than its outward appearance might suggest.

Beer_Hound - 20 Jan 2015 15:59
a very pleasing ,very busy,rather good pub.
johnsullivan - 3 Sep 2013 14:41
Wonderful service and a refreshing pint of the local Dark Star Hophead from the wood. Tasty apple juice from just up the road too. The wasps in the garden were a pain but the pub is clearly appreciated by all sorts of punters from Porsche drivers to local boozers. Not to be missed for the gratifyingly real historic interior and the warm welcome. Quintessential but not a theme park.
richythemole - 29 Aug 2013 19:46
Up until fairly recently was the last unspoilt pub in the South East. Always was popular with the Porsche Turbo type, but beer was kept in wood out the back, and was good. They never did food which kept the Porsche Turbo crowd healthily low. But, things always change, and they now do food, and the clientelle has changed. It's still worth going to, the ale is good and local, Bedlam. It is surrounded by some of the best countryside of the weald, if you like walking.
lumponmyhead - 26 Aug 2013 21:28
First, I will say this is a beautiful pub, and if you have overseas visitors with you, it would be difficult to find a better example of an old English country pub. But...

I was driving, and had a straight tonic water, and it was the smallest tonic water I've ever had in a pub. Their largest glass of wine was tiny as well, and the landlord was obviously angling for you to purchase a "double" rather than have what all other pubs I've been too offer as large glass.

I've had the beer in he past, and I remember it being ok, being a real ale drinker myself. And as I say, great atmosphere, and really glad its still there. But I don't know, the stingy meanness of those non ale drinks we paid for (six quid) left me feeling not so well inclined to the place, and will make me reluctant to return. And all for few not pouring a few pennies worth of tonic water into a half pint glass.
rachaelov - 28 May 2012 08:49

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