The Royal Oak, situated at the top of Lindale village and overlooking Grange and Morecambe Bay, is a traditional Cumbrian Village inn. Nicely presented open-plan village pub with three distinct areas; and a small garden to the rear of the pub. The pub has an excellent reputation for freshly made food including char-grills and weekly specials. The Royal Oak’s exterior has traditional hand painted signage, while the interior is adorned with a soft colour palette of blues, greens and neutral tones. There is a stove and mantel in the top dining area along with a cast iron fireplace to create a key focal point on entering.
A Little more about us
Grange-over-Sands is a quiet seaside retreat on the Southern tip of the Cartmel peninsula, between the mountains and the sea, and only 7 miles from Windermere. Grange is a pretty resort with an Edwardian flavour and a mild climate. It is on the shores of Morecambe Bay, and from the 13th Century until the 1850’s, the major route from Lancaster was across the sands. In 1887, the coming of the Furness Railway encouraged the growth of Grange from a small hamlet to the town we see today. Wealthy industrialists from Lancashire and Yorkshire were quick to build large houses here.
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Similarly Historic performance, whilst a significant factor to consider, is not a guarantee of future performance of a pub and you should bear this in mind in your assessment of trading potential.