The Royal Oak
“The oak tree is a brave old tree, it lives to be quite old, it gives good shade in summer, and stands the winter’s cold.” Anon.
The Royal Oak is an 18th Century free house with a restaurant, situated in the historic town of Newport, where deep roots stretch all the way back to the Iron Age. There is a warm welcome that awaits travellers, whether you’re out for a walk, or catching up with friends and family, whatever the occasion; The Royal Oak makes a charming and cosy place to sit back a while, and savour some scrumptious food and drink. Serving inviting and appetising food daily, a friendly, hardworking team takes enormous pride in serving a wide variety of excellent dishes. Positioned right at the heart of Pembrokeshire’s north coast, choose from a wide selection of pub favourites, first class Sunday roasts and fragrant, and authentic home-cooked curries that pack a proper punch! A must for foodies, takeaway options available too.
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Newport, Pembrokeshire , SA42 0TA
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