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Royal Oak Pub

Fritham, Lyndhurst, New Forest SO43 7HJ, England
+44 23 8081 2606
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NICE little pub

It's not very big inside but after walking from Linford bottom in the drizzle I was in need of... read more

Reviewed 25 July 2017
Restless59
,
Bournemouth, United Kingdom
via mobile
Great pub with fab local walks

This is a tiny pub with a big garden. So on a fine day you'll have no problem finding a table. But... read more

Reviewed 23 July 2017
Patriciacc62
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Southampton, United Kingdom
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  • Excellent78%
  • Very good15%
  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible2%
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“quiche” (17 reviews)
“salad” (11 reviews)
“pot pie” (16 reviews)
LOCATION
Fritham, Lyndhurst, New Forest SO43 7HJ, England
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+44 23 8081 2606
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Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

It's not very big inside but after walking from Linford bottom in the drizzle I was in need of sustenance and because I was already wet sat outside in the large garden area under the huge Oak tree and just 'chilled' relaxed before heading off....More

1  Thank Restless59
Reviewed 23 July 2017

This is a tiny pub with a big garden. So on a fine day you'll have no problem finding a table. But on a drizzly Sunday in July - beware at 12pm you may struggle inside. Views from the garden are fantastic. Inside the pub...More

1  Thank Patriciacc62
Reviewed 27 June 2017

It's a well known fact that if we could live at the Royal Oak, we would and we would get very fat from a constant diet of bacon and cheese quiche. We go there at least once a month, often for our Birthday Club of...More

Thank SarahWeston
Reviewed 17 June 2017

Its difficult for us to adequately describe just how truly wonderful our stay in the shepherds huts at the Royal Oak was. From start to end, the owners- Jenna, Pauline and Neil, could not have done more to make our stay more comfortable. Every detail...More

Thank yungjedi
Reviewed 4 June 2017 via mobile

Walked up from Brockenhurst. Kids on bikes. Beautiful route up through the forest. Traditional pub with plenty of covered outside space. Friendly staff. Have been before and will be back again.

Thank itslikethiz
Reviewed 11 May 2017

A regular haunt of ours after a walk and today was up to the usual high standard. My husband and I had a lovely lunch beer, soda and ham and cheese ploughman's lunches. They are £8.50 each but the produce used is high quality, excellent...More

Thank marlynn52
Reviewed 1 May 2017

Well kept Beer and good choice. Pork pie stunning and the cheese ploughman's very generous. Service excellent and .very friendly and quick. Car parking the only issue-need to get there early to get parked close.

1  Thank Melvyn G
Reviewed 21 April 2017

My husband and I stayed in the smaller hut while my sister in law and her fiancee stayed in the larger middle one. It was the most enjoyable and cosy weekend away with it being a great base to explore the New Forest and the...More

1  Thank Caroline W
Reviewed 3 April 2017

This pub came recommended by people we rent a local cottage from on a regular basis. To say the welcome was not what we expected would be an understatement. When asked a few days later by the people who recommended the pub how we got...More

Thank mgarnham1960
Reviewed 2 April 2017

we visited the Royal Oak after a very long and wet walk across the moors and woods nearby, having seen this pub in the good beer guide we thought we would give it a try!! What a delightful find it was, the food is absolutely...More

Thank cpmachin
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