Andy and Debbie and their friendly staff welcome you to The Royal Sun, a pub and restaurant which has been serving locals and passers-by for hundreds of years.
HISTORYSupposedly reported to the magistrates in 1711 and 1745 as a 'disorderly house' kept by the Tarrant family the pub became to be known as The Sun from 1774. Legend has it that after playing host to the King and his entourage, who when caught in a storm sought refuge here the pub became known as The Royal Sun. (Not to be confused with the infamous establishment The House of the Rising Sun featured in the great song covered by The Animals).
RESTAURANT 8:30am - 9pmFood is served every day starting with a cooked breakfast. Each week we have a Sunday Carvery between noon and 3pm. (At peak times pre-booking is advisable).
OPEN ALL DAY EVERY DAYPlease join us whether it's just to pop in for a quick drink and chat or to enjoy a delicious meal.
BAR 11am - 11pmWe offer a range of modern beers and traditional hand pulled real ales, fine wines, spirits and an extensive range of soft drinks, teas and coffees.
PARKINGThere is ample free parking for patrons with vehicles both on the road in front of the pub and in its private car park.
Some free to air sports may be shown in the bar.
2 GARDENSOur front garden is great place for everyone to eat, drink and enjoy whilst the totally enclosed rear garden is exclusively reserved for alfresco diners.
Bookings Being Taken for Mother’s Day