Reviews of Royal Oak, Corsley
Review by lisa harris on 18th August, 2008
Add your review Date visited: 9/8/08
after telephoning several local bed and breakfast places for somewhere to staying while visiting Longleat Safari Park, we managed to get two rooms at the Royal Oak. Arriving soaking wet after it had been raining we were given a warm welcome by the staff. after settling in to our rooms we went back to the pub for an evening meal. really enjoyed the food that night and breakfast the following morning. would definetely go back there if in the area again
Date visited: 9/8/08
Review by isabelle marsh on 10th July, 2008
Add your review Date visited: 6th July 2008
Arrived late afternoon to the pub just in time for a sunday lunch, the staff were great, atmosphere excellent and the food was wonderful. Not even my friend who is a head chef in london could fault the meal at all and that is high praise indeed. Would recommend it highly.
Date visited: 6th July 2008
Review by Dr Y (J) Ingram Bm.D. on 21st December, 2007
Add your review Date visited: Tujesday December 18th 2007
On the above date, accompanied by members of my family, I visited the Royal Oak, Corsley Heath for a 'Family Christmas Luncheon'. The welcome, atmosphere,food and service were of the highest quality and are to be highly recommended to all and sundry. Annoyingly, I am disabled and for mobility have to rely on a wheelchair and am therefore more than a little disappointed there are currently no disabled facilities e.g., toilets etc. This was the only drawback and although we reside in KERNOW (Cornwall), as soon as this matter is addressed by the person/s 'in charge of operations' there, we shall have no hesitation in returning. This establishment and staff are to be highly recommended and are well worth the time and effort taken to travel from anywhere. Dr Y (J) Ingram Bm.D.
Date visited: Tujesday December 18th 2007
Review by Bob Grove on 20th May, 2007
Add your review Date visited: 19th May 2007
We arrived on time for our booked table at 8.15. A young woman behind the bar ignored us for 5 mins while she dealt with paperwork and other staff. Two other staff walked past without making eye contact. Eventually we were shown to our table but were told there were no menus and that as soon as one came available she would bring it. Four staff busied themselves with other tables making no eye contact. Eventually we asked one of them who was passing us carrying menus if we could look at them. The menu said it was also the wine list but we were not able to find out why it wasn't there because no one came to our table. At 8.45 we left.
Date visited: 19th May 2007