The Royal Oak

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Wootton Rivers, Wiltshire

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The Royal Oak
Wootton Rivers
Wiltshire
England
SN8 4NQ

The Royal Oak, Wootton Rivers

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The Royal Oak is a 16th Century free house with restaurant and offering charming bed & breakfast accommodation. A favourite with ramblers making use of all the lovely scenic hill walks in the area, The Royal Oak offers a friendly welcome.

Situated at the centre of the picturesque thatched village of Wootton Rivers. Wootton Rivers is located on the famous Kennet and Avon canal, near the historic market town of Marlborough. Although The Royal Oak is a favourite with tourists visiting Wiltshire, it is still very much a local's pub and sports a games room with pub favourites pool and darts, Board games can also be found at the bar.

The Royal Oak was proud to be registered as a venue to conduct civil weddings in 1997 and have seen many people united into wedlock. The Royal Oak dates back to the 16th century when it was a coaching inn, since then the pub has been used as a farriers yard and the village bakery. The interior of the building reflects its heritage with charm, sporting low, oak beamed ceilings and wide open log fires that are kept alight during the winter months.

Available for private functions is The Royal Oak's restaurant, which can seat up to sixty with comfort. There is also a marquee site for up to 300 people for larger parties, The Royal Oak is more than happy to cater for outside functions too. Christmas 2009

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