The Royal Oak

The Royal Oak

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
Market Street, Chapel-en-le-Frith, High Peak, SK23 0HH

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Dating back to the early 18th Century, The Royal Oak was once home to the local justice of the peace who held court there until 1879. Still a popular local pub with accommodation, The Royal Oak has a five-star hygiene rating and a well-deserved excellent reputation for offering the best in traditional food, drink and hospitality. The new owners welcome customers old and new to their lovely family-run inn.

The varied menu is filled with homemade dishes at pocket-friendly prices. It is pleasingly flexible too - if you fancy a few nibbles to enjoy with a drink, simply order a starter or two, or head straight for dessert if you have a craving for something sweet. Patrons calling in for a bite to eat can expect traditional fish and chips, steak and ale pie and steaks cooked just the way you like. Finish off with a blackberry and apple crumble, or sticky toffee pudding and you're sure to leave with a smile on your face. Why not pop in for a traditional Sunday roast with fresh vegetables, mashed potato and homemade Yorkshire puddings?

The Royal Oak also offers bed and breakfast accommodation, with 14 well-appointed en-suite guestrooms to choose from. Facilities in the pub include a digital jukebox, which is updated weekly to include all the latest tunes; a smoking shelter at the back of the venue; two beer gardens with plenty of seating; two plasma TV screens and one projector screen; a pool table and dartboard and two roaring open fires for those chilly winter nights. Disabled facilities are also available
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