Delightful 15th Century thatched village pub, a short drive from Halesworth on the way to Southwold. Pretty beer garden and cosy interior with roaring log fire in Winter.
There are classic pub dishes on the menu, as well as daily specials using ingredients freshly bought that day.
The pub was built sometime between the 14th and 15th Centuries, and many of the original features can be seen inside this fine building. The Queen’s Head boasts a beautiful thatched roof, reflecting the living reeds growing in the river valley beyond.
With a large beer garden and plenty of green space surrounding the pub, it’s ideal for relaxing outside on a warm day. In the winter, a log fire will keep everyone warm and cosy.
Children are very welcome at this family-friendly pub.
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