Royal Oak16, High Street
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Small two bar local which dates from 1570, situated on narrow village high street. Many interesting original features, including inglenook fire, flagged floors, low doors and low beams. The lounge is always cosy and warm and difficult to leave at the end of the evening. The story of an unusual low scoring cricket match is told on the wall of the lounge. The public bar has darts and background music or jukebox. Very much a locals’ pub that can get noisy, it is friendly at the same time. Unobtrusive TV and garden for warmer months. Thai food served. The nearby church of St Nicholas (Norman) adds to the rural feel. The Clapham Town is believed to be Courage Best rebadged.