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The Royal Oak, Pett - pub details

Royal Oak
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Address: Pett Road, Pett, Hastings, East Sussex, TN35 4HG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8325) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Three Oaks (2.6 miles), Doleham (3.2 miles), Winchelsea (3.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 8.6/10 (rated by 13 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Two Sawyers, Pett (0.6 miles), Smugglers, Pett Level (0.9 miles), Robin Hood, Icklesham (1.5 miles), Queens Head, Icklesham (1.6 miles), White Hart, Guestling (2.0 miles)

 

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8.8 out of 10 from 12 voters so far at the time of writing.

I would suggest that is a trifle over the top. Dont get me wrong, its a nice pub in a pleasant part of East Sussex. They serve decent beer, thats all Im really bothered about. The barmaid / landlady was very friendly and chatty to me and my two mates, all good.

I preferred the Robin Hood, Icklesham and the three of us all agreed on that, without question.
DannyBoy2010 - 6 Aug 2014 13:53
They do lovely Dark Star beers and Harveys is always on. Beer is always served in perfect condition. The bosses Lee and Ian know how to run proper pub. Bar staff are very good too. I wish the bar area was slightly more like a bar though as it is very much a foody pub now. That said, the 3 meals I have had in there have all been excellent. The gardens (front and back) are perfect for the kids and there is a playing field over the road so even more kid friendly. Brilliant pub.
Badmouth - 28 Jun 2012 12:21
A sensitively reconstructed interior, good ale, friendly staff, nice seating area. Had the ubiquitous Sussex Best on, and also Rother Valley Level Best, which I really enjoyed. Worth the wee pub crawl in Pett Village and Pett Level.
StevetheBeermeister - 16 Jan 2012 09:57
Reopened a month or so ago after a major refurbishment necessitated by the state the previous management left it in. As already stated, the team from the Queen's Head, Icklesham are now in charge.
Harvey's Best is 3 a pint and is, in my opinion the best to be found in any of the nearby local pubs. Certainly the clearest. 3 other beers on handpump including Old Speckled Hen and 1 of the Old Dairy brews.
Four of us had lunch there last Sunday. 3 roast beefs and 1 cod and chips. Generous portions and tasty food. The roasts were 8.95, can't recall the price of the fish, but with a drink apiece the bill was 50. Good value.
The place feels a bit "new" for a village local but that's because of the amount of work that was needed to restore it. No doubt the newness will wear off.
Highly Recommended
TheOtherMike - 2 Aug 2011 15:58
The Royal Oak is due to re-open any day now. It is true that a consortium took over the pub and they have done an extensive refurbishment. I used to live down the road from this pub and know it well. It has been gutted and refurbed to a high standard. The poeple who are doing the day to day running also have the Queens Head in Icklesham. I have spoken to one of them and asked that he get some nice real ales on. It will be opening any day now and will be doing food as well as usual lagers and real ales. I am due for a visit soon so will let you know how it went very soon. Peace. Out.
Badmouth - 20 Jun 2011 12:27

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