Find The Royal Oak at: Bibstone, Cromhall, Wotton-Under-Edge, Gloucestershire GL12 8AD
Please call 01454 430993 or email if you would like to make contact.
Our weekly Bingo is held on a Thursday evening from 8:30pm with the lovely Denise calling the numbers.
We run our Family Quiz Night on a Sunday, every other week from 6:30pm.
We host regular live music sessions, discos and parties - scroll to the bottom of this page for upcoming events.
Times may vary at Christmas, Easter and Bank Holidays
|Tuesday-Thursday||12-11pm||Food 12-2.30pm and 6-9pm|
|Friday||12-midnight||Food 12-2.30pm and 6-9pm|
|Saturday||12pm-11.30pm||Food 12-2.30pm and 6-9pm|
|Sunday||12pm-10pm||Food 12 - 4pm|
Our traditional country pub offers three cask ales and traditional locally made ciders, also lagers and three well-stocked coolers with assorted drinks. Freshly ground coffee is available, as are assorted loose-leaf teas.
Our kitchen serves lunchtime and evening menus. Our chefs pride themselves in using only the best locally sourced products and ingredients wherever possible.
Due to our popularity and exclusive number of covers we always advise booking in advance to avoid disappointment ... Call 01454 430993.
We offer private dining for large groups for that special occasion.
The bar is friendly, with a mix of locals and visitors.
Disabled Access: There is easy access by wheelchair to the pub together with easy-access toilets.
Dog Friendly Pub: We welcome families with children and dogs. Sorry, no dogs allowed in the restaurant.
Free WiFi: Wi-Fi internet access for our customers.
Our attractive timbered building is listed, and dates back to at least 1674. The date on the fireplace in our snug may not be when The Royal Oak was built, but a restoration record on a new fireplace.
The glass covered well features in the bar area and has fresh spring water flowing through it.
A diver went down to explore it in 1999, but the dive wasn't a success - he hit a grille and modern debris just 15 feet down, so the well is keeping its secrets for now.
The old oak tree on Bibstone Hill probably encouraged the name of our pub. The remaining tree looks as though it could be at least three hundred years old.
Our cellar was used for cart building. The story goes that after one cart had been built, it had to be dismantled to remove it!