Address:

King and Queen
13 Marlborough Place
Brighton
East Sussex
BN1 1UB
(01273) 607207.


Hours:

Mon-Thu 12-11, Fri/Sat 12-12, Sun 12-10.30  


 

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King and Queen  

A heritage pub in the south east. Now that is unusual these days. Built in the Victorian era, this 'gin palace' is well worth a stop off, though the beers are not overly adventurous. The building itself is very interesting, even having a portcullis and gatehouse to the yard behind. Built between the wars it is an imposing pub, but the beauty of it is on the inside. There is a split level unsuitable for the disabled. You really feel as if you have stepped back into a medieval hall with its large fireplaces, gold lettering and flags, intricate private balcony, and all that wood. The seating is at round tables with chairs and on the walls are large portraits that gives it that olde Englad feel. Food is served ere from 12 until 6pm and on Sunday from 12 until 5pm. Food is traditional and wholesome, though you'd better book as it gets busy at the weekends.


 

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beer, food, disabled access, beer garden, real fire, no smoking, kids 

 

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Beers:

Harvey's Best
Greene King IPA
 


 

Accommodation: 

Adelaide Hotel
51 Regency Square, Brighton
East Sussex, BN1 2FF
(01273) 205286
From: D:70-96, S:43-55


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