The Two Mile Oak dates back to the early 18th century, having been licensed in 1703. Over the years, this traditional British pub has welcomed many visitors, all of whom have enjoyed the heartfelt hospitality, sumptuous food and great drinks on offer here. If you’re passing by – or if you’re staying in the area – this is a must-visit.
Inside, period features such as wooden beams, stone flooring, and a large wood-burning fire have been carefully maintained to reflect the venue’s rich history. Wind your way through the pub’s various nooks and crannies and take a seat, or bring your party outside to the courtyard garden and enjoy views of the surrounding countryside. Dogs are also welcome in both the bar and garden area.
Once you’ve ordered a drink – the range includes cask ale, local cider, beer and fine wine – why not choose a plate of nibbles? Mini honey and mustard sausages provide the perfect snack, and the breaded mozzarella sticks are gooey and delicious. If you’re in the market for a heartier meal, The Two Mile Oak is renowned for its traditional steak and kidney suet pudding, while dishes like creamy fish pie, spicy vegetable curry and the juicy prime beefburger are firm favourites too. For those with a lighter appetite, there’s a choice of freshly made sandwiches, as well as jacket potatoes and refreshing salads. Most meals can also be ordered in a smaller portion size.