For the best in good local food
For well kept local real ales
For a great atmosphere in a traditional local inn
Plus regular Guest Ales, currently on is:
Devon County 4.2% abv from the Red Rock Brewery near Bishopsteignton in Devon.
And for many moor reasons . . .
. . . you must pay a visit to
The Royal Oak Inn, Meavy, Devon
The Royal Oak Inn, Meavy, Devon PL20 6PJ
Telephone: 01822 852944
Your hosts: Stephen and Julie Earp
Use the menu on the left to find out more about this lovely inn
How to find us: Take the B3212 from Yelverton to Princetown and turn right at Dousland (by the Burrator Inn). Continue straight on through Dousland and on into Meavy. Follow the road round to the right past Meavy Primary School, along the narrow lane past the cottages and emerge at the village green. Here you will find the Royal Oak on the north side of the green, next to the parish church. Opening times.
View Google street view and map showing the location of The Royal Oak Inn.
Dartmoor Firkin Challenge
Thursday 9th April
THE ROYAL OAK INN at Meavy, Dartmoor Devon hosted the second "Dartmoor Firkin Challenge" on Sunday the 5th May sponsored by the Dartmoor Brewery, Langdon Transport and Tavy signs.
Teams of two had to carry empty beer barrels over a four mile course to Sheeps Tor and back. The teams of two took on the challenge to carry an empty Dartmoor Brewery Firkin (9 gal) around the course that took in Burrator reservoir and open moorland. Each firkin was approximately 10kg. >>>>
'Runner-up' Country Pub of the Year
Tuesday 30th April
We have been awarded the Campaign for real ale 'Runner-up' in the country pub of the year competition for Plymouth CAMRA district. Thank you to Plymouth Campaign for Real Ale members for voting for us this year.
Congratulations also go to the Foxhound Inn at Brixton who won the branch "Country Pub of the Year 2013"
The People’s Leat Feast Celebration!
Sunday 28th April
All In Aid of Charity - we had a great turn out for the re-enactment of the original ceremony and for performances by Dartmoor Border Morris, The Bard of Exeter and more, plus a sumptuous trout supper at one of Devon’s finest inns.
The proceeds from the meal went to WaterAid. £150 was raised. Thanks to Moby Nicks of Plymouth for supplying the trout. >>>>
Current weather data from a local weather station situated in Dousland, about 1.4km north of the Royal Oak Inn.
The Royal Oak Inn is ‘Home’ to the Dartmoor Border Morris, who sing play in the pub each Wednesday over the winter.
The Royal Oak Inn is also ‘Home’ to Meavy Amateur Dramatics, who rehearse every Thursday in Meavy Parish Hall.
Ask Stephen for details.
DAG - Devon Association of Governors - The Devon Association of Governors (DAG) is the representative body for school governors in Devon.