Address:

The Queen's Head
Temple Square
Buckinghamshire
HP20 2QA
(01296) 415484.


Hours:

Mon-Sat 11-11, Sun 2-3, 7-10.30  


 

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The Queen's Head  

This is a sixteenth century village pub in the heart of Aylesbury. It is a pub that cares about its customers and the community. There is a simple reason for that. Landlord Ian Brown is determined to keep The Queen's Head a reflection of the town as it used to be, at the same time as meeting the demands that customers nowadays are making on them. What he has been able to achieve is to retain a traditional village pub right in the heart of Aylesbury, the county town of Buckinghamshire. There is little to match it in the area.

At lunchtimes it is regularly busy with business people who work in and around the town.

Both at lunchtime and in the evening the pub provides an extensive menu offering good food at reasonable prices. With its own restaurant area families are made more than welcome.

There are two bars with a choice of real ales on at any one time. On this occasion there were two beers Exmoor Xmas and Ridley's EXS. If you fancy it, they also do company quiz nights, folk nights and theme dinners.

They also do accommodation, though we didn't see it on this visit. Guests come from all over the world and one thing they appreciate is the easy access from Aylesbury to other parts of the country. The pub is only a few yards from the award winning Buckinghamshire County Museum and is within easy reach of both bus and rail stations.


 

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Beers:

Exmoor Xmas
Ridley's EXS
 


 

Accommodation: 

Watermead
Aylesbury
Buckinghamshire
HP19 3FY.
(01296) 398839.
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