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Locally listed buildings - Oak House (formerly Pinkett's Booth, formerly Royal Oak)


Oak House (formerly Pinkett's Booth, formerly Royal Oak)


Birmingham Road, Coventry


This building was in existence before 1616 and is known from documentary sources to have operated as a beer house called Pinkett's Booth during the 17th century, and later a public house called Royal Oak.

Monument Type (Date)

BEER HOUSE ((pre) Jacobean - 1616 AD)

Date Locally Listed


Designation ID


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