On a glorious September weekend we stayed at The Royal Oak - our second visit. We needed to arrive about 2.30pm even though Pip and Carmen are normally taking a well-earned break then. No problem - the gate was open and the chalet ready for us with easy chairs outside so we could enjoy the sunshine. Supper with our family that night was splendid with interesting beer from a nearby independent brewera and a bottle of wine with a fair mark up. The bar was quiet as most people were sitting outside on that balmy evening. Pip had also lit the wood burner.
Breakfast was, as previously, top rate with herby sausages from a local butcher, lean bacon full of flavour and those famous scrambled egg. The coffee is good too!
One tip if you like an early night, do check the website for the dates of their popular music events.