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The Queens Head
The Queens Head
1 North Street
Broad Chalke


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Dating back to the 15th century, with real log fires, superb character features and a delectable selection of contemporary food, wine and real ales, The Queen's Head represents the obvious choice for every discerning diner or drinker looking to escape. The Queen's Head prides itself on maintaining the highest standards in terms of food and service, whilst remaining loyal to local suppliers, today's mass-market approach often means that smaller, local suppliers are overlooked and we strive to counteract that. A labour of love, our quintessential country pub offers great food at reasonable prices and we endeavour to make every visit to The Queen's Head a truly memorable one. Set in an idyllic country location in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with plenty of parking, The Queen's Head is a very accessible only 15 minutes from Salisbury's busy city centre, making it the perfect location for anything from a business lunch to a dinner with friends or a romantic meal for two. All rooms are en-suite, with fluffy bath sheets and luxury fluffy robes, toiletries by Duck Island of London Flat screen tvs with freeview and dvd player, DAB alarm clocks Top quality Egyptian cotton bed linen. Free Wifi Tea & Coffee making facilities Our Head Chef and his team have created an exciting, contemporary menu reflecting the rustic surroundings. We love food at The Queen's Head and look forward to welcoming you to our sumptuous restaurant where you can enjoy a warm, cosy dinner by candlelight in a suitably relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Of course you're also more than welcome to enjoy a home-cooked meal in our cosy bar or perhaps out in the courtyard maybe one for the summer! We our proud of our heritage and love to use fresh, local produce wherever possible. We also want to hear any feedback at all from our customers, so let us know how your meal was! Make sure you try the watercress it is grown in the village.

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