Good dog friendly pub if you want a good value meal. Both enjoy the burgers and evening order a second. Drinks and food reasonably priced. It's also on the Wreckers Morris band circuit for a few hours of great entertainment.
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Awesome to see my old local back to a thriving drinker's pub. Glynis and Tony have brought the pub back to life and doing the works it so desperately needed.
Came up from west Cornwall for a Cornish Sing. Had a very enjoyable eve. and many thanks to the landlord for making it so. Its a bit run down but understandably that they have recently bought the pub and are working hard to bring it...More
We were recommended to the Queens Head by our hosts at Sandhill House where we were stopping for a few nights. Tony, the new host at the Queens Pub, and the locals, were very welcoming. The local ale was excellent, and the homemade food was...More
We were greeted with warm welcome by staff and locals into this relaxed and dog friendly pub. There is work underway with the new management, who have also just introduced a new menu. There is only a limited seating area for diners, so I suggest...More
Lovely old pub but it was becoming tired and run down. New owners off to a great start, with lots of plans for improvement. Great atmosphere, good pub grub and have now started Sunday roasts but do book as places are limited. This pub is...More
This is a proper drinkers pub, always a good atmosphere and friendly bar staff, 3 different real ales on at all time, a genuinely nice place to loose a few hours
Came past here very about a week ago and saw the huge for sale sign on the wall. Don't know whether it's the business for sale as a going concern or whether it may all be up for sale, possibly for residential conversion. I very...More
Very basic local, OK if you like this sort of pub but could not my cup of tea a bit of a spit and saw dust pup, shame.
This pub is still so very different from all the faux rustic twee formula country drinking and eating places that litter Devon and Cornwall. This place has character. Certainly reminiscent of the spar ton post war era, maybe the 1930s. Stark airy with little decoration...More