Welcome to The Royal Oak, Our Cosy and Friendly Village Pub Serving Delicious Home-cooked Food
The Crockham Hill Community Benefit Society – with the support of the Plunkett Foundation – is fighting to raise the money needed to buy The Royal Oak and save this crucial community asset and historic public house.
If you want to contribute in any way – please click on savetheroyaloakpub.com
or just to help a little at crowdfunder.co.uk/save-the-royal-oak
Soon we will be able to welcome you to The Royal Oak in Crockham Hill with home-cooked food and a range of well-kept Westerham Brewery beers and fine wines for you to enjoy. We will also have the odd guest ale. Freshly brewed coffee and free High Speed WiFi are available at all times. The pub is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – near Chartwell just south of Westerham. Whether you are walking, cycling, on a family outing or working away from the office there is something for you at The Royal Oak.
Thursday 11.30 – 3 pm
6 – 10.30pm
Friday 11.30 – 3 pm
5 – 10.30/11
Saturday 10 – 2 pm (plus coffee & cake)
2 – 6 pm
6 – 11ish
Sunday 10 – 2 pm (plus coffee and cake)
2 – 6 pm
6 – 10ish
When we are closed please use our sister pub, The Carpenters Arms, Limpsfield Chart, which is open all day and only 5 minutes away – call 01883 722209
We will have some gluten-free options, so please ask when you are choosing your meal.
The Royal Oak, Crockham Hill, Edenbridge, Kent TN8 6RD Tel: 01732 866335 Follow the Royal Oak on Twitter @RoyalOakTN8 or like us on Facebook Royal Oak Enjoyed your visit or have some feedback on our pub? Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Some historical notes about the pub:
Some historical notes: “At one time a beer and cider house, the buildings of the Royal Oak are thought to be at least 500 years old. The Inn had a 35-foot well in the public bar which was visible through a glass panel. In the 1950s this well, which was used by pilgrims on their way to Thomas a Becket’s tomb at Canterbury, was recorded as a possible safe supply of drinking water in the event of atomic warfare.” The philanthropist and co-founder of the National Trust, Octavia Hill, lived nearby in Larksfield from 1884. On her death in 1912, despite being offered a burial in Westminster Abbey, Octavia Hill had previously chosen to be buried in the graveyard of Holy Trinity Church in Crockham Hill. Her grave is to be seen with those of her sisters to the right of the path to the south porch. There is also a recumbent marble effigy of Octavia Hill beside the altar in the church.
MUSIC Feb 9th
Victorious River Band is performing live on Saturday 9th February. Great music, warm atmosphere … strange locals. But it’ll be a super evening
Quiz 10th October
Teams of 6 for a great charity
TAPAS Sat 22 Sep from 6pm
TAPAS at the Royal Oak this Saturday 22nd September from 6pm Remember to book a table please