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The Kings Head, Little Marlow - pub details

Address: Church Road, Little Marlow, Marlow, Buckinghamshire, SL7 3RZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33123) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bourne End (1.5 miles), Marlow (1.6 miles), Cookham (2.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 8.1/10 (rated by 9 users)
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Queens Head, Little Marlow (0.1 miles), Spade Oak, Bourne End (0.8 miles), Black Lion, Bourne End (0.9 miles), Crooked Billet, Little Marlow (1.1 miles), Bounty, Bourne End (1.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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I’m delighted to report that the King’s Head is back in business, and it’s like the good old days! It was closed for about eighteen months, with plans by a well-known chef to make it “gastro” or similar, but this was not to be. That’s good news as far as I’m concerned.

I had a warm welcome, and excellent polite, friendly service by the young and efficient staff. There was also a good telephone manner when I booked, although I don’t think booking is necessary midweek.

At lunchtime, the choice of draft beer appeared to be limited to Doom Bar or IPA, but there were lagers in addition. I had the Doom Bar, good if not outstanding. The lunch menu was perfectly adequate, and I can recommend the fish and chips.

The bar areas are small, but all right for midweek lunchtime use, and there is still the separate dining room.

The parking front and back is OK if not over abundant. There is a separate room available for functions like receptions.

This place is recommended for people who like the right touches of a traditional English country pub.


pubsampler - 8 Jan 2019 16:40
Closed, and has been for some months.
pubsampler - 15 Jan 2018 08:27
Had only been to the Queens Head down the road before for Subday lunch so gave this pub a try after a long walk. Really welcoming staff and was impressed with the cosy bar. Was really busy on a Friday lunchtime. Had a lovely roaring fire and was nice to see this old pub was very traditional and unspoilt inside. Had a pint of Rebellion Roast Nuts which was great. Had a light lunch which was also great and very reasonable - toasted baguette with Cumberland sausage and fried egg. This pub is probably a bit overlooked as off the beaten track and possibly overshadowed by it's more foodie neighbour. To sum up a great traditional pub with a very friendly atmosphere. Will definately be back
garbus - 3 Jan 2015 23:00
As no one else has commented on this pub in the last year, Ill happily do so again concerning todays visit. This is a first-class place; although the draught beer appeared to be limited to IPA and Rebellion, both were in good form. What was particularly praiseworthy was the speed and efficiency of the friendly service, despite there being a large party in for drinks before using a private room that belongs to the pub.

Recommended.

pubsampler - 8 Feb 2012 17:45
No great change since I was here in January 2010; two choices of Rebellion beer and one other on the pumps, plus a very good/wide-ranging choice of hot food. The large bar was pleasantly full of diners and drinkers at 12.15pm, but never became over crowded. Friendly efficient service as before. I must return to try the beer garden in more clement weather. Recommended.
pubsampler - 27 Jan 2011 20:13

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