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Pub and Bars in Marlow

Royal Oak
Frieth Road
Bovingdon Green


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Drive ¾ of a mile up the hill out of Marlow and you will come across our little, old, whitewashed pub in the village of Bovingdon Green. Sprawling gardens, a petanque piste, fragrant kitchen herbs and a sunny terrace speak volumes about how well loved and well looked after this place is. Inside is at once both spacious and cosy. You?Tll find a snug with wood burning stove, a rosy red dining room and glowing dark floorboards. Rich fabrics and heritage colours help create a lovely warm atmosphere. The friendly, bubbly staff are well known for their smiles and attentive service.Our imaginative British food is consistently a big draw. We use fresh, seasonal and local produce, wherever possible and are happy to rustle you up a snack or offer some serious gastronomy. Whatever your appetite, we have something to suit everyone. The Royal Oak serves everything from great local beer (Rebellion Brewery in Marlow Bottom) to pudding wines, with lots of choice in between. So if you are looking for grown-up time to yourselves, the chance to loose your kids in our garden or sustenance after a long walk with the dog, a warm welcome awaits.

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