This charming 100-year-old pub sits in the heart of pretty East Clandon village. Loved by both locals – and diners coming from further afield – at the Queen’s Head you’ll get a warm welcome, friendly service and excellent food.
With an ever changing menu – the team of chefs work passionately every day to use the best local and regional produce, so everything is fresh, seasonal and where possible local.
The brunch menu offers up small and large plates (think bloody Mary prawn cocktails, smashed avocado and eggs galore), while the a la carte menu is classic gastropub food with something to appeal to all tastes from roast woodland mushroom risotto to monkfish and grilled flatiron steak. There’s a brilliant children’s menu with more choice than you can wave a fork at.
And for those who like to indulge in afternoon tea, The Queen’s Head traditional afternoon tea is a sumptuous mix of savoury sarnies and sweet delights – with options to include Champagne, prosecco or alcohol-free fizz.
You’ll also find a good choice of beer and ale, plus wines and spirits.
Outside there’s a gorgeous garden area and a terrace where you can eat in style whether you choose a shady nook under one of the umbrellas or a seat on the sun-soaked lawn.
Inside reveals over 100 years of character and charm in inter-connecting rooms on different levels with wood-burning stoves, log fires and cosy corners.
Situated between Guildford and Leatherhead, The Queen’s Head is near to both Hatchlands Park and Clandon Park National Trust venues, and the RHS Wisley Gardens are also not far.
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The Street, East Clandon, Guildford, GU4 7RY
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