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The Royal Oak Inn, Great Wyrley - pub details

Address: Norton Lane, Great Wyrley, Staffordshire, WS6 6PE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 34795) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Landywood (0.8 miles), Cannock (1.5 miles), Bloxwich North (3.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.5/10 (rated by 2 users)
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user reviews of the Royal Oak Inn, Great Wyrley

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Update: This pub is a detached building with white painted exterior. The pub area is in fact an extension on the front of a house, which remains the living area and the backyard has become a tented area for pool, smoking, summer TV etc.

The interior is open plan around the bar. The decor is mainly white and red walls, with a brick fireplace that has an ornament shelf, in a nice way, worthy of poundland. There are lots of old photos and prints of paintings. There is a traditional feel about the place - there is a dart area, piano and brick pillars to support the roof. The seats have been re-covered and there is Sky TV, which usually only goes on for matches. Service is always fine and clientel mixed - gets busy, especially on the music nights.

Beer; tap tosh, with Banks's Bitter and MILD on handpull. The MILD is excellent. There are usually one, sometime more guests, the latest the familiar Pedigree - so get the Jennings and other Marstons in guys!

This remains the best pub in Wyrley, always a nice pint and decent atmosphere
Archivist - 16 Sep 2009 13:32
Always a decent pub and now in my opinion the best in Wyrley. Always has a guest ales on and does a cracking pint of Banks's cask Mild - the best around. Has a regular music nights and a good mix of regulars; the more mature, slightly less mature, and young uns! I think a very friendly place.
Archivist - 21 Jul 2008 22:21

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