skip nav  

Queens Head, Sandy

back to pub details

user reviews of the Queens Head, Sandy

please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.

Greene King pub with 2 rooms. The main bar has a large-open fire, which was roaring away on my visit yesterday afternoon, giving the pub a cosy feel. The ale range is from the Greene King range - IPA, Abbott, Cornish Coast (a collaborative effort), Morland Old Speckled Hen & Belhaven Grand Slam. There is a small car park at the side.
blue_scrumpy - 22 Feb 2015 09:06
It is quite a nice friendly pub, but landlady has a very miserable and rude attitude. must be time 4 her to retire . She spoiled the whole day for us and family. she seems to hate everyone wots wrong with her. dont need that sort of welcome more than once. wont be back. bedsbeerdrinker must be right about the smile, if u get one it feels false and a bit slimey
sandypubsok2 - 22 Aug 2009 18:23
jake also known as claire me thinks, cos it aint all that trust me visit last week and was quite cheery upon entering the PH but the landlady turned my beer sour, sad but true :( a smile costs nothing
bedsbeerdrinker - 9 Jul 2009 16:16
I have just been to the beer festival and sausage bash at the Queens Head. Well, what a wonderful afternoon. A jazz band (made up of proffesional musicians that play in current West End musicals) they were incredible...played in the garden. It was the most amazing afternoon. I hope they do it again. please do it again, Lovely big garden, the kids loved it. Just what Sandy needed,..Thanks very much, will come again
jake2323 - 24 May 2009 19:38
Had a great time here. Lovely food. Locals were chatty and made us feel very welcome. Met the landlady and the staff, they were were very welcoming. I hear the landlady has been ill for some time, so surley and miserable are rather unpleasant coments to put. Its a hard job running a pub, she tried really hard. The best pub in the town by far. Real old worldy place, lots of character.
jake2323 - 29 Sep 2007 19:49
Landlady and locals are very friendly, I was made to feel welcome. Food was really good, will be taking the family back again. Keep up the good work, Claire.
anonymous - 2 Sep 2007 08:40
Very friendly pub with three well kept ales and a fine selection of single malts. Decent food too. The toilets would benefit from a lick of paint and a visit from a plumber though.
anonymous - 23 Jul 2007 18:30
Not a bad boozer actually,nice beer and surroundings friendly bar staff but the landlady is as miserable as sin..cheer up love! you choose to work in the public eye!!!
Mollita - 8 Jun 2007 13:58
Whilst visiting area this seemed to be one of the nicer pubs, great fire, very local but friendly feel, bought my cheapest round ever and the landlady was very friendly.
mirimas - 5 Feb 2007 14:13
nice pub, great winter fire, good beer spoilt by the Landlady's surley attitude.

freewheeling_franklin - 24 Jul 2006 20:49
a new lunchtime chef preparing great homemade hot and cold lunches and a variety of sandwiches. Great summer bbq's. Nice big garden. Lots of friendly locals.
anonymous - 2 Jul 2006 09:23
Nice pub for a quiet pint or two and a chat. Not the sort of pub for a wild night out!

Still quality in the winter with the roaring fire going.
anonymous - 23 Jun 2006 17:16
Good selection of beers, with usually two guest beers on tap. Selection of single malts. Not aware that they sell food, but seem to be just bar snacks.

Open fire in winter
S_t_e_v_e - 3 Apr 2006 17:28

got anything to say about this pub?

Please read our reviews policy before posting.
Only registered users can post reviews. Please log in. If you don't have an account yet, register here.