My friend and I stayed here for one night, the room was large, new and very clean. The pub itself is full of character and the real ales were excellent (we tried 3). We then ordered the chicken and bacon pasta which too was excellent. The lady who runs the oak was very friendly. Breakfast was a revelation, I've not had a better breakfast in a pub/hotel before and you didn't have to get it yourself, all was brought to your table. Just what we needed as we were cycling back to Exeter. Would thoroughly recommend.
Very comfortable and Friendly
UKtraveller65on 17/07/2017 13:17
Stayed two nights with my family (we took two rooms) for a wedding near by. Very friendly owner and staff, comfortable well appointed rooms, very quiet and with a great shower in the en-suite bathroom, and very tasty food. Parking is nearby and free. All in all a very comfortable and pleasant stay.
Sorry, but can only comment on first impressions
007iknowwhatilikeon 28/06/2017 15:17
We called in for lunch on our way to our holiday destination as its in the Good Beer Guide. Pub was deserted at Saturday lunchtime with only one ale was on offer, but later found there were 2 others with no pump clips. Public Car parking in round the corner (in a one way street), its very small and adjoins the the Railway Station. Also concerned the Pub had 2 out of control dogs that accessed via the front entrance.. I am sorry but that is how i found it as a one off visitor. On the positive side the food was great, with the wife in raptures over the Sausage & mash. I am sure the Oak offers more than we saw, but not on that day..
A two night stay with DB&B
Rodney Lon 02/06/2017 23:09
A great hostelry providing clean and well furnished rooms and being at the rear of the building, remarkably quiet.
The food was excellent and a good choice of 'dishes' individually prepared and piping hot..
Car parking is away from the building but only a few minutes walk and is free.
The Oak is centrally situated and an excellent starting point for many walks including down to the famous 'The island' surrounded by the River Avon.
A visit to St Petroc, the Parish Church is a 'must', being steeped in history and recently the subject ot a major Tower restoration. The legend of this Patron Saint of Cornwall is fascinating.and well worth investigating.
ManCityfan55on 18/04/2017 15:17
We stayed at another hotel on Good Friday and as they were full the following evening, they recommended The Oak Inn. We popped over and booked a room for one night and the room was really lovely and had everything we needed. The bathroom was quite new and had a very powerful shower which was much appreciated. Very comfortable experience with very friendly staff, we did not eat there but other people mentioned the food was good.
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