Looking for a traditional country pub in the heart of Cornwall?
For a delicious meal, real ales and a wide choice of wines, look no further than The Royal Oak.
The Royal Oak can be found almost half-way between Truro and Falmouth in the village of Perranwell Station. The village is steeped in farming tradition and surrounded by wooded valleys and fields.
The pub prides itself on being a great locals’ pub as well as serving lovely home-cooked food that brings people back time and again.
The Royal Oak really is part of the community, with local staff and local regulars. There are also often several different languages over dinner and lunch as we welcome visitors from all over the world staying in accommodation nearby.
This is a fantastic area to visit if you want to discover more about Cornwall’s maritime or mining history or even just to explore the beautiful countryside and creeks of Cornwall’s South Coast.
So, if you want to stop off for a meal or it’s a special occasion, please contact us on
01872 863 175 to book a table.
Otherwise, just come and enjoy the beer, the wine and the hospitality….
Monday –Thursday 11am until 3pm and 6pm until midnight
Friday 11am until 3pm and from 5pm until midnight
Saturday 11am until midnight
Sunday midday until 11.30pm
Food served between 12pm to 2pm daily and from 6.30pm until 9.30pm.
We are in CAMRA's Good Beer Guide 2015
Why choose The Royal Oak?
- Friendly and welcoming atmosphere to make you feel comfortable whatever the occasion
- We offer a wide selection of real ales, lagers, ciders, spirits and much more
- Card payments accepted
- We offer a great variety of fresh home-cooked meals including our renowned Sunday lunches.
Local History Group just started. We are in the process of organising tours to the various resources in Cornwall. If interested in taking part, please email us at email@example.com
Spanish Evening - Paella, Tapas and Sangria Monday 22nd August 5.30pm in the Beer Garden - moving inside if it gets a bit nippy or wet. No need to book, informal and cosily continental.'
'Huge thanks to Nick and everybody involved in the Classic Car Day which raised over a £1000 for the village playing field equipment - what a lovely day!'
Thank you to the Carn Brea Morris Dancers and the Alternative Accordion Band for fun and frolics - great evening, with lots of laughter.