A cosy pub found down Langford Road right in the heart of Great Wishford, The Royal Oak is the perfect place to drop by for a pint with friends, a hearty British meal with the family or a romantic evening for two. This traditional alehouse acts as a meeting point for the local community, a place where folks come together to discuss the town happenings or just bask in the pub’s classic ambience. Featuring quiz nights, open-mic events and even live music, The Royal Oak is so much more than your typical British pub. The ivy-covered brick gives the exterior a particularly charming appeal, and the cosy rustic interior makes it easy to while away the hours with a pint in hand. No matter the occasion, The Royal Oak is a local icon that doesn’t disappoint – book ahead to save your seats at this Wiltshire restaurant and bar.
Fantastic service as soon as we walked through the door. Real local feeling pub and an incredible Sunday carvery. Plenty of local ales on tap will be returning soon
Top notch food & drink (real ale and cider) and very warm welcome - really looking forward to going for another Sunday lunch visit soon!
Very friendly staff and excellent food! They could not have been more helpful and the menu was varied as was the selection of beers! Will return.
Lovely welcome. Great selection of drinks! Delicious Sunday Roast in a comfortable, cosy, pub. Perfect way to spend a Sunday Afternoon. We'll definitely be back soon!
We reserved a table and dined at The Royal Oak on Easter Sunday which has a lovely welcoming ambiance. Friendly, attentive hosts who provided an excellent service along with an extensive, tasty menu. The landlady talked through the menu and offered a range of vegetarian options. Our hosts provided a high chair for our toddler and she thoroughly enjoyed the Easter egg hunt afterwards. A worthwhile journey from Swindon and we will definately return.
What a lovely place. Staff are very friendly and the food is really good! We had the Sunday Carvery and the lamb was outstanding, great selection of vegetables and real gravy! Beautiful village too and obviously a lot going on with charity events, music events and much more. Wishing this was local to us! With so many pubs closing or becoming gastro pubs that are all the same this is a real treat. Keep it going!
Booked table for 6 which would have been a very tight fit, but only 5 of us turned up so it was ok. The owner and staff were all very helpful and friendly ( even though the pub was very busy) and we had a very nice carvery lunch. One fault, easily remedied, would be to have HOT plates - although the food was hot, it doesn't stay that way on cold plates! Would go back again.
We went for a meal on Friday early evening, with son , his wife and the three grandchildren. The table was well arranged before we arrived, the food was of excellent quality, with the portions, especially the children's being very generous. The staff could not have been more helpful. We shall certainly return next time we are passing along the A36.
Lovely setting, staff most welcoming , have already told friends and family who will be coming your way. The food was very good even though Ken couldn't get a medium home made cooked burger because of EU regs. The little touches because Ken was 86 that day was a lovely surprise. Nice day out altogether.
had a great Sunday lunch with a group of friends, having completed a good walk around the woods nearby. Lunch was excellent value and very tasty, with great choice of meat and veg including veggy options. Made very welcome also, with an impressive range of ales, beers and ciders. Will be going again soon!.