Royal Oak at Hurdlow Nr Buxton
The Royal Oak camping grounds are situated to the rear of the pub. The picturesque campsite has up to 45 pitches on two levels with direct access to the Tissington and High Peak Trail. Access to the camping field is via a standard five bar gate. The Campsite has separate male and female toilets each with hot showers which were refurbished in 2009 and there are outside washing up facilities (shared with the Bunk Barn) - please note there is no electric hook up.
During the months of April to September we do a 2 night minimum stay in the campsite at the weekends with payment in advance (non refundable). If you would like to secure a booking, we need full payment in advance (non refundable).
You can call the Royal Oak on 01298 83288 to pay by card between 10am -12noon and 3pm - 6pm.
For our current tariff please refer to our website
Traditional Peak District Pub with Camping and Bunk Barn Accommodation.
Winner of Traditional Derbyshire Pub of the Year 2010 Award.
We warmly welcome you to The Royal Oak, a charming country pub and the perfect base for exploring the delights of the southern Peak District.
The Royal Oak's open fires and hidden corners are a welcoming sight for all tired walkers craving a well earned pint, families on a day out in search of a friendly haven or 'Foodies' after some great homemade dishes. Proper food, generous portions and sensible prices are what make The Royal Oak so special.
We take great pride in offering a very traditional style of hospitality complete with cosy pub atmosphere, good company, cask-conditioned ales, a fine selection of wines, and a menu of hearty English pub food. Open and serving food all day, every day from 12 noon until 9pm means you can sit back and enjoy the unique atmosphere at the 'Oak' anytime.
For those who'd like to linger longer, the choice of barn or camping accommodation is available.
We are delighted to announce that we are the very proud winners of The Derbyshire Traditional Pub of the Year Award 2010.
When contacting this business please mention you found them on Peak District Online
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