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Queens Head, Andover

High Street
Ludgershall
Postal town: Andover
SP11 9PZ
Phone: 01264790334

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Quinno _ left this review about Queens Head

Perhaps not overly alluring from the outside, simple whitewash with black trim and an old coaching archway. Much better within, the carpeted room goes round a central open fireplace. Wattle and wood walls with some aged vertical beams at the bar. Two ales, Doom Bar and Ramsbury Flint (which was excellent). A good range of bar snacks, including the full range of Monster Munch and some pork scratchings. Genuinely friendly barmaid served us. Apparently a skittle alley to the rear though I can’t confirm if it’s still in use. Not a bad little place based on this visit.

On 3rd April 2014 - rating: 7
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Soup Dragon left this review about The Queens Head

A detached cottage style pub and restaurant, with a white rendered facade and black paintwork, giving it a traditional look. There is a patio and beer garden with childrens play area.

The interior had a main bar room - there was a restaurant room as well, which i didnt see as i didn't eat, and the bloke behind the bar said they have a skittle alley as well. The main bar was and L-shape open plan, in white and beams, with a brick and wood bar and a big stone fireplace. A separate area was hidden behind the fireplace, which was nice. The were the traditional trappings of old photos and prints, but here there were also ceramic horses. There was a poker table. The service was fine, the clientele mixed and friendly enough and the music, a little charty based, at a decent level.

Beer; tap stuff with just Wadsworth 6X on. Whilst this isn't my favourite, it was well kept, but i felt a little disappointed there wasn't more choice.

All in all, it was a lovely pub and the beer fine, just sadly, little choice for a real ale drinker. Another real beer would be fantastic.

On 23rd April 2010 - no rating submitted
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