Royal Oak Pub & Rooms

Pigs, pies, pints and pillows

We are a dining pub with rooms in the middle of our own organic farm in the village of Bishopstone, on the edge of the Wiltshire Downs.

We offer great service, informally, and a welcome as if it’s your own front room. All day, every day we are open for drinks, coffees, cakes and snacks. Our kitchens are open and preparing fresh food throughout the week;

Opening Hours

Breakfast   08:00–10:00
Lunch  12:00–14:30
Dinner  17:30–20:30

Pizzas from our outdoor pizza oven, every Saturday, 12:00 – 16:00

Sunday & Bank holidays

Breakfast   08:00–10:00
Sunday Lunch   12:00–15:00
Dinner   18:00–20:00

Christmas & New Year

Christmas Eve  As normal
Fri, Dec 25   Closed except for drinks, 11:00-14.00
Sat, Dec 26   12:00-17:00
Sun-Mon, Dec 27-31  As normal
Fri, Jan 01   12:00-17:00
Sat, Jan 02   As normal
Sun, Jan 03   12:00-15:00
Mon, Jan 04   Closed for maintenance
Tues, Jan 05  Closed for maintenance
Wed, Jan 06-onwards  As normal

We’d love to have you here – Get booked in, for a stay or for a meal, by giving us a call on 01793 790 481 or enquire online.

Stay with us

Our 12 luxurious rooms are a world away from the crowd, set apart from the pub, in a sunny, peaceful courtyard. Each unique room is named and themed after a field on our farm here at Eastbrook, a perfect place to unwind in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside. Sleep deeply in crisp cotton bedding. A hearty breakfast to set you up for your day, whatever it holds, and high speed wifi to keep you connected. Two of our rooms are dog friendly – Kate’s Folly and Barn Field (pet cleaning charge of £20 applies) and dogs are welcome in the pub.


Circular walks to The Ridgeway National Trail that runs across our (tenanted) 1,400 acre organic farm start from our front door. Our farm boundaries to the south give access to thousands more acres of open land, criss-crossed with paths and bridleways, and the glories of pre-historic Wiltshire and Oxfordshire lie all around us. At the right time of year there’s a proper fire to come back to and always newspapers, magazines, books to borrow. Dogs and muddy boots welcome.


Classic car days; track days; garden barbecues, occasional music, always local, and surprisingly talented people who want to play here.

Pigstock in August is usually fun and of course the renowned International Pig Racing Festival is held here annually.

Due to Covid events are currently on-hold.

How to find us

This is your place to enjoy. Just a medium stone’s throw from Swindon station, with easy access to London and The Cotswolds.