Queens Arms
Celtic Way
(01934) 812080.


Mon-Sun 11.30-2.30, 5.30-11 (11.30-11 Bank Hols),  



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Whether you are a regular or visitor, you will get a warm welcome in this 16th century pub. Originally many different rooms it was opened up to make more space for customers. The areas are still 'divided' with at least two of them having access to the bar. Entrance is through the front and you can choose to go to the left where there is seating at round tables with stools and chairs and a very small bar/hatch area; or to the left where you can sit at longer benches/chairs at a mixture of oblong and round tables. Note it can get quite cold in here, especially over by the far wall where a constant draft blows in from the skirting board. Don't believe me? Then you will always find a seat at the table closest. Plenty of distinctive touches include the dark flagstones of the terracotta-walled restaurant and back bar area (both no smoking), candles in bottles on sturdy tables flanked by winged settles, old hunting prints, a frieze of quaint sayings in Old English print. They keep up to eight well kept changing ales all in cooling jackets and served directly from the barrel. For cider lovers they have Thatchers farm cider too, and good coffee. Food is served here (not Sunday evening) both lunch and evening and is very popular with the business set at lunchtime from Weston-S-Mare. The food is home-made and includes soup, sandwiches, filled baguettes, up to chicken and chips. Evening choices are a little more exotic and include moules mariniere, vegetable lasagne, fillet of plaice, steaks and daily specials. If you want to run a tab you will need to leave your credit card behind the bar. Service is quick and friendly, and there is a big cylindrical solid fuel stove in the main bar, with another wood-burning stove in the stripped-stone back tap bar. They have a quiz night on Sunday, and piped music, TV, and skittle alley. Some benches and picnic-sets out on the tarmac by the car park entrance. Children are welcome in the eating areas only, as are dogs but only in the bar.



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beer, food, beer garden, real fire, no smoking, kids, car park, vegetarian 


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Badger Tanglefoot
Palmers IPA
Ringwood Old Thumper
Butcombe Bitter
plus 5 guests.



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