The Royal Oak operated from 106 Main Street. The thatched grade II listed building is possibly of 17th century construction with an 18th century frontage with early to mid 19th century alterations and additions. The interior features exposed beams and the original open hearth.

At the rear of The Royal Oak, as with many public houses, was a blacksmith. The Royal Oak was of course open into the first decade of the twenty-first century. In 1872 the pub was owned by Jenkins Brewery of Huntingdon.

John Newcombe appears as a brewer at the Royal Arms P.H. in 1839 only. This was
apparently an earlier name for The Royal Oak. Brewing had ceased by the mid-19th
century, when David Lilley was running the inn. Frederick Harper was landlord in
the 1870s and the owners were Jenkins and Jones of the Falcon Brewery,

The Royal Oak still stands at the eastern end of Main Street.