The Royal Oak is a 17th century inn, situated in the peaceful Welsh village of Gladestry in Powys. It nestles below Yew Tree Bank, and is overlooked by Hergest Ridge with it’s heather, gorse and wild ponies.

Located on the Offa’s Dyke Path, walkers may expect a friendly welcome, good food, good beer, cask-conditioned ales, ciders and a wide range of good wines and soft drinks from Landlords Dave and Sarah.

Yellowhammer, Red Kite and Willow Warbler, are summer visitors to the skies above the beer garden, and circling Buzzards’ cries can be heard along side the song of the Skylark.