The Royal Oak is a warm and friendly pub with a welcoming atmosphere in the heart
of the Derbyshire village of Ockbrook.

 

Since being built in 1762, it has remained a public house. The Royal Oak has been run by the Wilson family since the coronation year of 1953, and as a free house since 1989. We have been awarded the Derby CAMRA ‘Country Pub of the Year’ 2000, in the same year winning East Midlands pub of the year. More recently we were Derby CAMRA ‘Country Pub of the Year’ a remarkable three years running – in 2011, 2012 2013 and again in 2015, 2016 and 2017. Runner up in 2014.

Upcoming Events

Family Fun Day
Monday 29th May (Bank Holiday Monday)

Join us for a fantastic day of live entertainment, including charity dog show, BBQ stalls, games and much more.

Lews Walk
Sunday 4th June

Departing at 5:30pm

Father’s Day Lunches
Sunday 18th June

Sittings 12pm-2pm, 2pm-4pm

Facilities
  • Wheelchair access
  • Disabled toilet facilities
  • Beer garden
  • Childrens’ play area & swings
  • Traditional pub games
  • Real cask ales & draught cider
  • October & May Beer Festivals
  • Easy access car parking
  • Function rooms available
Opening Times

Monday

Open 11:30am–3pm, 5pm—11:30pm

Tuesday

Open 11:30am–3pm, 5pm—11:30pm

Wednesday

Open 11:30am–3pm, 5pm—11:30pm

Thursday

Open 11:30am–3pm, 5pm—11:30pm

Friday

Open all day! 11:30am—11:30pm

Saturday

Open all day! 11:30am—11:30pm

Sunday

Open all day! 11:30am—11:30pm

Our Awards

We are Derby CAMRA ‘Country Pub of the Year’ and have been in the Good Beer Guide for 40 years!

2011 – Winner
2012 – Winner
2013 – Winner
2014 – Runner up
2015 – Winner
2016 – Winner
2017 – Winner

How to Find Us

Contact Details

The Royal Oak
55 Green Lane
Ockbrook
Derby
DE72 3SE

 

+44 (0)1332 662378

 

royaloak_ockbrook@hotmail.com

Directions

Heading east out of Derby on the A52 (Brian Clough Way) take the Ockbrook exit after around 4 miles (just after the Shell garage). At the end of the slip road turn left into Victoria Avenue. Follow this past the Queens Head pub and turn left at the T-junction. The Royal Oak is in a couple of hundred yards on the left.