For the best in good local food
For well kept local real ales
For a great atmosphere in a traditional local inn
Plus occasional Guest Ales
On now is Dragon's Breath 4.4% from Dartmoor Brewery at Princetown 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.
Great day at the Meavy Christmas Fair
Sunday 23rd November
We had a great day yesterday at the Meavy Christmas Fair.
We were entertainment on the green by Dartmoor Border Morris and the Jail Ale Appreciation society added some Christmas sprit.
We raised over £300 for the Parish Hall. See you all again next year.
There’s a Beer for That
Friday 7th November 2014
Its official! There’s never been a more exciting time to be a British beer lover.
Britain now boasts over 1,000 breweries and over 5,000 beers. Want to bet there’s a beer that’s just right for you?
Whatever you choose from the menu here at The Royal Oak, 'There's a Beer for That'.
Watch There's a Beer for That.
Wild Food BBQ, Real Ale and Cider Festival
Tuesday 26th August 2014
Wild Food BBQ, Real Ale and Cider Festival 2014 at The Royal Oak Inn, Meavy, was a great success.
Thank you to everyone who supported us over the weekend, it was a another successful year.
Even the Honey Monster made an appearance, we had a great Saturday night in the bar being entertained by Strings Attached, washed down with some great real ale and local cider.
Everyone enjoyed the exotic burgers with Kangaroo, Alpaca and Camel selling out and also some fantastic local beef burgers supplied by Howells of Tavistock.
The weather was kind over the weekend but as predicted rain arrived on Monday, we still had a great turnout who were entertained with a BBC film made in 1963 of the Royal Oak Inn.
Thank you again, see you next year. See photos
Free WiFi at the Royal Oak Inn
Monday 14th July 2014
You can now stay in touch whilst enjoying great food and drink at the Royal Oak Inn.
Taste of the West Gold Award 2014
Wednesday 9th July 2014
We are delighted to be able to tell you that the Royal Oak Inn has been awarded Gold in the 2014 Taste of the West Awards, in the Dining Pub category. See full list of Taste of the West Hospitality and Retail Award Winners 2014.
Meavy Oak Fair
Saturday 21st June 2014
Meavy Oak Fair had a very successful day. Thank you to Jenny Sharp and the Meavy Oak Fair committee for all their hard work in getting it all together. Thanks also to those that helped on the day. And thanks to Nigel and Kate for organising the Burrator Horseshoe Run.
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.